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2023.03.21 01:48 1029Dash 34M Have you ever been arrested or come close ?

I kinda suck a describing myself, other than saying I have love handles and a beard. I currently work fulltime as banker spending half the time in the office and the other half working from home. In my spare time i have the usual hobbies (watching TV, going to the gym, and cooking). However I am also a third degree black belt and I like to build legos and read as stress relief. If your up it feel free to send me a message
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2023.03.21 01:24 botele Moving before F2

Summary: I am an F1 in a DGH. I am convinced (if) I continue in medicine, I do not want to do so in the UK. I moved here for uni and have not enjoyed it a single bit since. its a great place to study but a combination of factors has made the experience a struggle to date. The degree is not recognised back home (I know, backward) and also I would struggle with the medical language. I cant imagine sitting in the middle of no where in the rain another year. I commend everyones' patience going through things we dont want in the name of gaining experience and learning, but there's not a day passing that feels like I am wasting time. I want to attempt to move to Australia after F1 (instead of F3 which was the original plan). I am not saying it would solve everything, or that medicine is easier there. Assuming I have considered the downsides (or lets pause them aside for the purpose of this post please), do you have any advice on how to even go about searching for jobs? I understand most are ED jobs.
I read someone on here relatively recently got a job (as current F2 here) and was asking how to resign. If something like that were achieved, how would that translate to clinical experience if you take the job?... As it would not be an official 'f2' post... I wish I had some contact with any doctosomeone in the field to ask some questions/learn more about what could help this process - to know ive done my best this year trying to prepare for giving this a shot. Is there any organisation or way to go about this? Thank you for any advice.
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2023.03.21 01:15 Defiant493 Applying with the goal of Officer. What’s the best path?

I’m 25, with a previous degree that’s gathering dust, and after speaking with my recruiter, he laid down a few options, and I want to make sure I get the best option for me and my fiancé, who I plan on bringing with me when we get married.
The first was to apply as an officer outright, going straight from basic, to OCS, where I’d have to get very lucky to go where I want, but it’s an immediate foot into 2LT.
The second option was go enlisted as a specialist, go into AIT, (probably for something engineering based on preference), and from that position, drop a packet for OCS. And with that long and arduous hoop jumped through, I’d be able to achieve 2nd Lt. and according to the recruiter, get an “enlisted pay” on top of the officer pay, and have a preference of where I’m stationed.
If anyone has any ideas on the best play, or a secret third option, let me know!
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2023.03.21 01:14 Liath-Luachra [Discussion] Babel by RF Kuang – Book 2, Chapters 5-8

Hello everybody,
Welcome to the second discussion of Babel by RF Kuang! Sorry that this discussion has been posted a day late, there was a family crisis at my end. A few of our questions from last week’s discussion have been answered in this part of the book, but as we learn more about this world I think it’s fair to say that everyone will have a lot more questions they’d like answered.
Chapter 5
Robin goes to the Twisted Root with his doppelgänger, who upon closer inspection doesn’t appear to be an exact copy of Robin after all – he is older than Robin, slightly taller and thinner, and has darker hair and paler skin [so that probably puts an end to the hypothesis that future Robin has travelled back in time, although I greatly enjoyed that part of last week’s discussion].
He tells Robin that his name is Griffin Lovell, and that not only are they half brothers but Professor Lovell actually has a wife and two (acknowledged) children living on an estate in Yorkshire. The professor married his wife Johanna for her money; she is terribly rich with five hundred pounds a year [maybe I’ve read too much Jane Austen but that doesn’t seem like a lot?] and he uses her money to fund his travels abroad. Griffin doesn’t think Johanna knows about him and Robin, but doubts she would care apart from any potential scandal. He points out that ironically, the professor spends more time with his unacknowledged children than his acknowledged ones, who he sees maybe twice a year.
Griffin tells Robin that he’s part of a criminal group called The Hermes Society that steals silver, manuscripts and engraving materials from Babel, adding that Robin’s help the previous night was technically treason and if anyone found out he would be tortured and thrown into Newgate prison.
Griffin also asks Robin why his mother died – not how, but why.
They walk around Oxford to avoid being overheard as they continue their conversation, and Robin buys pastries to back up the lie he told Ramy about going to see Professor Lovell. Griffin tells him he is from Macau. He asks Robin to help The Hermes Society steal, as he has access to Babel. He can’t, or won’t, tell Robin more details about the headquarters or members, but says they redistribute silver to people who need it more than wealthy Londoners. Griffin tells him what most silver is actually used for - not for healing people, but for more frivolous uses like alarm clocks and colour-changing curtains
He also says the second and third largest sources of Babel’s income are militaries and slave traders. Babel collects foreign languages and uses them for translation magic that benefits England and the empire. The new powerful bars use Chinese, Sanskrit and Arabic. Griffin calls it a deliberate exploitation of foreign cultures and foreign resources that is intricately tied to the business of colonialism. The British empire amasses silver and it cajoles, manipulates and threatens other countries into trade deals that benefit them. The silver allows the British to make their ships faster, soldiers hardier and guns more deadly.
However, Hermes aids slave revolts and resistance movements, melting down silver made for cleaning doilies and using them to cure disease instead, Robin thinks it’s a compelling argument but implicates everything he holds dear. He realises his hesitation boils down to fear. He is reluctant to say yes as he still doesn’t know much about Hermes, but Griffin tells him this is real life which is messy, scary and uncertain and asks Robin to take a chance.
Robin asks for time to think, and Griffin gives him five days. He instructs him to carve an X on a birch tree in the Merton College gardens if he wants to join them. Griffin tells Robin he can’t reach him directly, which is for his safety in case Robin turns out to be an informer. In the meantime, he should act like a Babel student and try not to be suspicious.
Robin asks Griffin if Professor Lovell knows about him, but he doesn’t know; he left Babel after his third year when it was no longer safe to continue his double life. He tells Robin not to mention his name to the professor. He also reveals that Robin’s room on Magpie Lane used to be his room.
Chapter 6
Professor Playfair’s class on Translation Theory talks about the difficulty of translation, as there is no one to one correlation between words or concepts. As he talks, Robin thinks about how Griffin’s conspiracies sound ridiculous in the light of day.
The professor says the dilemma of translation is do we take words as our unit of translation, or do we subordinate accuracy of individual words to the overall spirit of the text? Translators do not so much deliver a message as they rewrite the original, as things like syntax, grammar, morphology and orthography get in the way. Victoire speaks confidently and precisely in class as if reading from the textbook, and Robin feels intimidated.
Professor Playfair talks about The Tower of Babel parable from the Book of Genesis, and how nobody knows what the original, Adamic language is. Some people think its Hebrew, another language lost to time, a new language that we should invent, or even French or English. Ramy suggests it is Syriac, and the professor laughs at his joke, although Robin isn’t sure if it was supposed to be a joke.
Professor Playfair says it doesn’t matter what the Adamic language was as we’ve clearly lost access to it, but Babel can collect all the world’s languages under one roof and by perfecting the arts of translation they can achieve what humanity lost. He gets emotional with tears in his eyes.
Robin asks if Babel’s purpose is to bring mankind back together, and everyone else is confused by his question. Professor Playfair finally answers that it is; “Such is the project of empire – and why, therefore, we translate at the pleasure of the Crown.”
Latin taught by Professor Margaret Craft, who is severe and doesn’t refer to them by name. Robin doesn’t like her. Letty is rapt, however, and gazes at the professor with shining admiration. After class, Letty tries to speak to her privately and get advice about being a woman at Oxford, but she dismisses Letty, saying class is over and that she is infringing on her time.
The students have solo tutorials in their languages of study. Robin’s Chinese instructor is not Professor Lovell, but Professor Anand Chakravarti, who speaks English with a posh London accent. The professor doesn’t lecture, but converses with Robin to dismantle and understand Chinese.
He and Lovell are trying to answer various questions, and since Robin is useful as a rare native speaker capable of expanding the bounds of Babel’s scant existing knowledge (or a silver mine to be plundered). But Robin is excited to contribute to the Grammaticas.
Robin can’t answer everything, especially regarding Classical Chinese which is to vernacular Mandarin as Latin is to English. He asks Professor Chakravarti if they could just take a research trip to Peking and talk to other people who might know. However, the Qing Emperor has made it punishable by death to teach a foreigner Chinese.
Robin asks if there are other students who speak Chinese, and the professor gives him a funny look. He tells him there was another student called Griffin Harvey who was nice but not as diligent as Robin, but he died of an illness on a research trip. Robin asks if they could get more Chinese students at Babel, or set up an exchange programme, but the professor brings up national loyalties and that Professor Lovell thinks they require a certain upbringing because the Chinese tend towards certain natural inclinations. But of course, they don’t mean Robin as he was raised ‘properly’.
Robin goes for dinner with Professor Lovell. His Oxford house is smaller than his Hampstead one but is still fancy. The trees have cherries even though the fruit is not in season, and Robin thinks there is probably silver in the soil. Mrs Piper is excited to see him and is shocked at his stories about the college food.
At dinner, they talk about Robin’s studies and Professor Lovell tells him another story about Psammetichus isolating two infants from language to see what the original language was, and concluding that it was Phrygian. Professor Lovell says it’s a pretty story, and muses about how it might be interesting to buy a child and try it.
Professor Lovell derides the idea of an Adamic language. He talks about dominant languages, and throws some shade at Portuguese. Robin is drinking, and feels the conversation is getting away from him so tries to pull it back to familiar territory. The professor says European languages are dwindling in importance, and that they need eastern languages to innovate. He thinks Chinese is the future.
There are some departmental politics among the academics at Babel, and some people are hurt that only one of the new students is a classicist and that she’s a woman. However Professor Lovell says the classicists will have trouble getting jobs when they graduate.
Robin asks who buys the silver bars. The professor says its people who can afford them, which is simple economics. People in other countries can’t always afford the export fees. Robin asks why they don’t use them for healing abroad, but the professor says they can’t expend energy researching any frivolous applications. Robin thinks it’s only fair to have an exchange since they’re using foreign languages and give nothing in return, but the professor says language isn’t a commercial good but an infinite resource.
The professor says the Qing Emperor has one of the largest silver reserves in the world, so why don’t they have their own grammars and silver bars – why should the British just hand them to them? Robin says they are hoarding knowledge, because if languages are free, then why are the Grammaticas locked up in the tower?
Professor Lovell coldly asks if Robin believes what they do is fundamentally unjust, and Robin says he just wants to know why silver couldn’t save his mother. The professor is flustered, and says it was Canton’s poor public hygiene that led to the cholera outbreak that killed his mother, not the unequal distribution of silver bars. Robin is drunk and continues to argue, and the professor says “She was only just a woman”.
They are interrupted by the doorbell ringing – it is Sterling Jones, the nephew of the famous William Jones. He stares at Robin and acts weird and rude. He and the professor start their own conversation about translation and ignore Robin, who feels out of place and dismissed, especially as they hadn’t finished discussing his mother. He leaves the professor’s house and goes to Merton College, where he carves an X on the tree Griffin told him about.
Chapter 7
The following Monday, Robin finds a note under his windowsill. It’s in Chinese characters and also a code. Robin cracks the code and it says “The next rainy night. Open the door at precisely midnight, wait inside the foyer, then walk back out at five past. Speak to no one. Go straight home after. Do not deviate from my instructions. Memorize, then burn.”
Wednesday evening brings heavy rain, and Robin feels mounting dread all day as the sky darkens. At 11:45pm he starts to head towards Babel, but Ramy sees him, and Robin has to lie again and pretend he forgot something in the stacks. Ramy seems to accept the lie.
At midnight, Robin approaches the entrance to Babel and two people in black appear. He lets them in, and waits as instructed. He never sees their faces. It seems to go smoothly but he sleeps badly that night and is late for his Latin study group. Ramy says he knocked twice on Robin’s door but there was no response, so he had assumed Robin had already left. Robin says he slept badly due to nightmares, and Victoire is sympathetic. Letty is annoyed though, because Ramy wouldn’t let them start until Robin arrived.
The students have drastically different translation styles and engage in lively debate. Letty likes to stick to Latin grammatical structures as much as possible even if it makes sentences awkward, Ramy prefers to abandon technical accuracy for rhetorical flourishes that he thinks better deliver the point, while Victoire is frustrated by the limits of English. Robin feels better sinking into the refuge of Latin, but still feels some dread. The anxiety really hits him that afternoon and he is distracted in Latin class, but nobody comes to arrest him. That night he has a new note under his windowsill saying to await further contact from Hermes. He is disappointed despite all the anxiety and dread of the day, and hopes for more missions.
Weeks pass and he acts like a normal student, and falls in love with Oxford and its people. He’s constantly tired from the coursework but is forming close friendships with the other three students. He and Victoire share a love of literature, and even Letty becomes more tolerable. Her insights into the British class system are a source of great amusement, especially when she trashes Colin Thornhill as “the sort of bottom-feeding middle-class leech who likes to pretend he’s got connections because his family knows a mathematics tutor at Cambridge.”
The four students need each other because they have no one else. The older students at Babel are unfriendly; one of the second years, Philip Wright, tells Robin he got into Oxford because Babel is ‘overcorrecting’ and taking spots away from equally qualified (presumably white British) candidates. Robin starts to see things through his friends’ eyes, although the four of them do argue; Robin and Victoire disagree on the superiority of English vs French literature, and Letty and Victoire get snippy around issues of money. Letty and Ramy bicker the most, usually about British colonialism in India. Even still, they spend all their time together and Robin realises it’s the first time since he left Canton that he feels he has a family, a circle of people he loves so fiercely his chest hurt when he thought about them. He feels guilty for loving Oxford as much as he does, despite the daily slights. He feels like he’s not ready to fully commit to Hermes, and that he would kill for his friends. By the end of Michaelmas term he would trust them with his life.
Robin later wonders why he never told his friends about Hermes, and was only tempted once during argument between Ramy and Letty about British presence in India, including the Battle of Plassey in 1757 [which marked the beginning of British rule in India]. Robin almost said something, but stops himself because he “could not bear how this confession would shatter the life they’d built for themselves.” He can’t resolve the contradiction of loving being at Babel despite it becoming clearer that its foundations were unjust.
Chapter 8
Robin assists Hermes in three more thefts, but never found out what they stole or what it was used for. He is almost caught during the fourth robbery, when a chatty third year student called Cathy O’Nell comes into the building while he’s there. When she leaves and the two Hermes thieves reappear, one of them asks Robin what Cathy said to him. Robin thinks his voice seems strangely familiar but he can’t place it. He continues to help Hermes and convinces himself he’s not doing anything dangerous.
A week into the Hilary term, after Robin assists in his seventh theft, Griffin meets him again in person for what feels like a progress report. Griffin says the Hermes thieves like working with Robin because he sticks to the instructions, and that he’s pleased. He won’t tell Robin more about Hermes. Robin asks how the arrangement will end up because it seems unsustainable, and Griffin says very few stay in Babel so it’s likely he’ll either get caught or have to fake his own death and go underground, like Griffin did five years ago. Robin hesitates at the idea of being cut off from Babel.
Griffin tells him how the Romans fattened up dormice – by using a glirarium, a jar with breathing holes with surfaces so polished that the mice couldn’t escape. They provided food, and the jars had ledges and walkways to keep them occupied, and they were kept dark so the dormice would think it’s time to hibernate and fatten up. But Babel represented more than material comforts for Robin; it was also about belonging and recognition of his talents. As Griffin leaves, he says “Enjoy your glirarium, little dormouse.”
Robin feels conflicted, like he has two hearts. Babblers were privileged in some ways in Oxford, such as getting special treatment in the libraries. Their living expenses were paid for and they received a generous stipend and access to a discretionary fund, unlike other servitors who had to serve food or clean tutors’ rooms. One night he finds Bill Jameson struggling with his bills, and Robin lends him money.
Babel is rich and respected, and the students enjoy being fawned over by visiting scholars. Letty and Victoire realise that they can get away with looking more feminine, despite the university telling them to wear men’s clothes; they start growing out their hair, and Letty even wears a skirt to dinner. However, Ramy can’t get served in pubs, and the girls can’t get books out of library without a male student. Victoire is sometimes mistaken for a maid.
The students develop Oxford English and all the words and phrases that entails. However there are many social rules and unspoken conventions to struggle with, which Letty understands the best because she is from a posh background. Ramy wonders why they are never invited to parties, and Letty explains calling cards to them. She ridicules rich boys studying on their fathers’ money, like Elton Pendennis, a second year gentleman-commoner. However, Robin envies them and imagines what it would be like to be part of their circle, and the belonging that would come with it.
One night, Robin receives a calling card from Elton Pendennis, inviting him to drinks the following Friday. Ramy doesn’t understand why Robin would want to go, and thinks he’s invited because he passes as white. He asks Robin if he’s hoping they’ll invite him to join the Bullingdon Club. Letty also opposes Robin going, saying that those boys are bad influences, and Robin is surprised to see that she looks like she’s about to cry.
That Friday, Robin puts on his one nice jacket and goes to Elton’s flat. A guy called Milton St Cloud answers the door and is rude, although he lets him in. Three other boys are inside smoking cigars. Robin thinks about how Elton is really handsome up close, a “Byronic hero incarnate”. Elton is telling a weird story about his dad’s friend inviting homeless people to a fancy dinner party, and how he wished he’d been there because he thinks it sounded hilarious. Robin recognises Colin Thornhill, and Elton introduces to Robin to Vincy Woolcombe. Colin is eager to say he knows Robin.
The boys ask Robin ignorant questions about China. Robin asks what they’re planning to do with their degrees and they laugh, and Elton calls it proletarian to ‘do’ something. Vincy says Elton will live off his estate and subject his guests to grand philosophical observations. Elton reveals that he writes, and reads some of his bad poetry to Robin – a reply to Shelley’s Ozymandias. [The author shits on Percy Shelley again and I’m honestly starting to wonder if RK Kuang is u/amanda39’s pen name?]
Elton scoffs at translation as being for those without creative fire, but Robin disagrees; he says it’s harder than original composition as you’re constrained by the original. He says the translator dances in shackles, which impresses the other boys.
Robin no longer cares if they like him, and feels pity for them. He also realises that no one ever talks back to Elton Pendennis. They talk a bit about silver-working, and Robin explains that not everyone can do it as you have to live and breathe a language for the magic to work. He decides to leave and put the other boys out of their misery.
The next morning, Ramy and Victoire laugh at Robin’s story about the party, and he recites bits of Elton’s terrible poem for them. Letty doesn’t laugh though, and storms off. After she leaves, Victoire tells them that Letty’s brother Lincoln died the previous year. He came to Oxford and acted like Elton Pendennis does. One night he went out drinking and was run over by a cart. Letty came to Oxford a few months later, and Babel was the only faculty that would take women [sidenote – in real life, women could attend the University of Oxford from the late 1870s (although not all colleges), and could receive actual degrees for the first time in 1920].
Victoire tells them they don’t understand how hard it is being a woman at Oxford – “Every weakness we display is a testament to the worst theories about us, which is that we’re fragile, we’re hysterical, and we’re too naturally weak-minded to handle the kind of work we’re set to do.” She adds that much of Letty’s behaviour is dictated by fear, such as her fear she isn’t meant to be at Oxford, her fear that she’ll be sent home, and her fear that Ramy or Robin will follow in her brother’s footsteps.
The next day Letty is better and even smiles at Robin. Professor Playfair’s classes that term focus on the idea of fidelity, who the translation should be faithful to – the text, the audience, the author? They discuss it, but the professor says there is no correct answer and it’s an ongoing debate in the field. He tells them that the opposite of fidelity is betrayal, and that translation means doing violence on the original. Robin feels a squirm of guilt in his gut.
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2023.03.21 01:09 -You-know-it- Rachel as drama as possible with her “3rd degree burn” That isn’t even close to a third degree burn.

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2023.03.21 00:49 Akavire Business "Option" Requirement

I'm taking a business minor alongside my CS major. From the calendar:
"6 credits are required in FIN 301, MARK 301, OM 352, SMO 321"
"6 credits in Business Options"
  1. Would taking 3 of the above constituent the third as an option (i.e, taking FIN 301, OM 352, and MARK 301) with the latter being considered an option?
  2. If not, what is actually considered an "option" then. I see nothing on the calendar or degree requirements page.
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2023.03.21 00:46 RovingMercenary Gared Whitehill - the Exiled Son of House Whitehill

Gared Whitehill - the Exiled Son of House Whitehill
Discord Name: Matt the Radar Tech#0518
Reddit Name: RovingMercenary
Name and House: Gared Whitehill of House Whitehill
Age: 33
Cultural Group: Andal (Northman)
Appearance: Gared is a man with long brown hair, brown-almost-black eyes, tanned skin and a beard. His features tend to be in a perpetual scowl, with an observant and alert gaze. He is tall, standing at six foot two inches, with broad shoulders and a solid physicality. His arms and torso have numerous faint scars, his hands are calloused from hard work, and his nails chipped and short. He has a broad nose, a strong jaw, and also boasts a long ragged scar acorss his left cheek. He wears clothing suited to the environment, with cloaks and layers, though doesn't seem to care about the quality of the garments - just the functionality.

Gared Whitehill - the Exiled Son
Trait: Inspiring
Skills: Cavalryman (e), Tactician (e), Vanguard, Ambusher
Talents: Celestial navigation, boatmanship, wilderness survival
Negative Traits: N/A
Starting Titles: N/A
Starting Location: Highpoint
Alternate Characters: Wendell Westbrook, Oren Egen


The youngest son of House Whitehill, Lord Gared was the sixth son, and from an early age understood that he had little claim or chance of becoming heir. Gared's childhood was a mixture of experiences; he was given a basic education, enough to warrant his status as nobility, but certainly not to the degree of his older brothers and he also was reminded - almost daily - of his position in the sibling pecking order. As a result, Gerad began to act out, eventually developing a hot-headed temperament that was aimed at irritating and causing trouble for his siblings.
And the only person who treated Gared with consistent kindness was his teacher, Maester Alwyn.
For many years the behavior was ignored, mainly because Gared was left to his own devices and was free roam about the keep. He began to cause bigger and bigger problems, however, especially when guests were present, which began to draw the ire of his father, Lord Leonar Whitehill. A final straw was reached, when at the age of 12, Gared spilled wine all over a visiting Lord's daughter, and not a day later Lord Leonar announced - with no hesitation or sympathy - that Gared would be sent to attend the Citadel as a New Initiate in the new summer.
Gared was irate, Alwyn tried to offer support, but it wasn't well received.
When the next summer rolled around, Lord Leonar kept to his word, and organized transport on a small vessel for Gared. The youth, filled with anger, argued openly with his father and the resulting clash between both saw Gared proclaimed exiled from House Whitehill. The boy cared not, he stomped onto the boat, and bid the family farewell with a number of curses and vulgar hand gestures. And as far as anyone was concerned, that was to be the final sight of troublesome Gared the exiled son...
Except it wasn't, though not for many years.
On the way to the Citadel aboard the vessel, Gared and the crew were ambushed by pirates. The skirmish was short and the corsair Captain - Larosh - kept Gared alive as ransom, yet when the boy laughed and told them he had been exiled and was worth less-than-nothing, the pirates decided to kill him; however, not one to simply roll over like a coward, Gared fought back and showed a ferocity that caused Larosh to reconsider. And after some discussion, Gared talked his way onto the crew.
For the next six years, Gared would grow and learn and become a corsair around the Stepstones. He learned the stars, boatsmanship, and how to fight and ambush. It seemed the youth was suited to the life, though he did begin to tire of the ocean. So, with a modest offering of his savings, Gared bought his way off Larosh's ship, and landed himself in Braavos, Essos. And once living there, the hot-tempered young man soon fell in with a group of sellswords, the Desert Blades.
Over the next decade, Gared proved his worth and skill, as he founded a reputation for fierce combat and leadership. He brought a natural aptitude to skirmishes, with a sound mind for strategy, and often proved a deciding factor in victories for the Desert Blades. He earned gold, spent it readily, enjoyed all the vices a young man could want and found his calling as the sellsword company leader at 23. And under Gared's leadership, the company grew, took on more contracts and worked for slavers and free people alike for a modest fee.
However, with reputation and wealth, comes trouble.
Around five years later, the Desert Blades were a desired commodity. They recruited, which brought a large number of eager fighters and mercenaries into the fold, including an individual named Feros. It would be that same man who, over a number of years, would erode Gared's long-lasting leadership of the sellsword company; and after almost fifteen years with the group, Gared was ousted by vote, with Feros assuming leadership - attained through bribes, threats and coercion. Gared spat on them, figuratively, and went his own way.
Yet, not without several of the Desert Blades following: Yna, who was a mystical healer, and Assadora, a skilled archer along with her twin, Arodassa, also a skilled archer. Each of the three were loyal to Gared, and each of the three loved him - and he, them.
In the year 200 AC, while the small group were making ends meet with odd jobs, Gared was approached by a local urchin. It seemed the mercenary's name had gotten around, and someone wanted to meet him. Suspecting a contract, Gared agreed, and hoped for a change in luck. Instead, he found someone that claimed to be a nephew, Dale Whitehill, and Gared only believed the youth because he named Maester Alwyn. The pair shared a brief discussion, with Dale seemingly there for House Whitehill business, before they parted ways.
Though not before Dale handed Gared a letter, one from Maester Alwyn.
The letter spoke of House Whitehill over the time Gared had been missing, presumed dead, until mention of a mercenary in Essos named Gared reached Westeros shores. From there, Maester Alwyn wrote of seeking Gared out, as he could, and explained some of the happenings of House Whitehill - particularly Lord Leonar's sentence to the wall.
That brought a smirk to Gared's lips.
Nonetheless, the letter eventually caused Gared to consider the notion of return, mainly because his luck had been so bad as of late in Braavos. Not only that, but there was a new Lord of the House, the youth Dale, which made Gared wonder. Perhaps exile was not indefinite. With few other options, his small group of Braavosi ladies, and a curiosity, Gared sailed to Westeros a month later...




167 AC - Lord Gared Whitehill is born
171 AC - Proves to be hot-headed, prone to pranks and a general pest to family - an unruly child
179 AC - Gared is told he will be sent to the Citadel as a New Initiate, argues with his father, seeks to defy the position
180 AC - Gared is shipped away, against his wishes, and vessel comes under attack by pirates. Gared joins the crew, begins life as a corsair, and starts anew in the Stepstones
186 AC - Gared tires of the sea, lands in Braavos, and falls in with a local sellsword company - the Desert Swords. Begins fighting for gold, earns a good living, gains a reputation
190 AC - Gared earns his way into leadership of the company, they continue to complete contracts, including working throughout Essos, and remains unaware of the events for House Whitehill in Westeros
195 AC - Gared proves his skill with command, by routing another sellsword company of higher number, earning more reputation and recruits, including a particuarly nasty individual known as Feros
199 AC - The Desert Swords are usurped by Feros, who takes several years to undermine and earn and bribe other company members against Gared. The company and Gared part ways, though some still loyal to Gared remain by his side
200 AC - In Braavos, Gared is sought by an urchin with a request to meet a young man who knows him. Gared does so, expecting a contract and turn of luck, but discovers an apparent nephew - Dale Whitehill - who knows Maester Alwyn well. The pair have a brief discussion, part ways
Dale also gives Gared a letter from Maester Alwyn, which tells much of Gared's family history over the last 20 years. The news causes him to consider returning home, given his bad luck for the last year... and a month later Gared is ship-bound for Westeros


Duncan General
Farlen General
Porther General
Amon Redwater Master-at-Arms
Yna Medic
Assadora Marksman
Arodassa Marksman
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2023.03.21 00:36 nickybecooler Salary expectations - Would asking for a low amount certainly improve the likelihood of an offer?

I'm unemployed and desperate for a job offer. I have a phone interview this week and the salary range for the position is listed as $94,000—$120,750. I would seriously be SO HAPPY with $94k. But would it actually be a good idea to straight up say that to the recruiter when they ask?
I want to maximize my chance of getting an offer. Companies love to save on labor costs, so I would think that they prefer candidates who don't mind low pay... right? I'm sure I'm overthinking to some degree, I just want to make sure this tactic doesn't backfire somehow.
(A couple factors to consider: I'm not totally qualified, I only meet 5 of the 9 qualifications. BUT I have an old friend who is a VP at the company, who encouraged me to apply, and claims he can get me hired. That's great, but I feel pressure to do well in the interviews, because if I bomb it could look bad on him.)
Should I say to them "I'm happy with any salary in that range"?
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2023.03.21 00:30 ohno_itstheCoPz Perfect 10 statistically just as free as bulletproof?

By free I mean number of players obtaining the boats for free. Events tend to have around 100k participants so im going off that number. Bulletproof you need top 1% for 2 seasons. This means a max of 2000 ppl will get the boat. However if ppl get top 1% for 3 seasons that number will be reduced for each person thay does so. Perfect 10 on the other hand has a 1% drop chance and to keep it simple that means 1 in 100 crates will have the ship. Top 10% gets a crate so over 3 seasons 90k players. Im estimating a third of players getting all 3 free crates so another 90k. For a total of 180k free crates. With 1% drop chance we will expect about 1800 free Perfect 10's. So in the end about 2000 free bulletproofs and 1800 perfect 10s. Kinda ridiculous when you factor in how much grinding you have to put in everyday for bulletproof. So everyone sad to see bulletproof locked beind 1% grind atleast u have roughly same chance for perfect 10 with little grind
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The truth cannot be tolerated, it is too awful to face, therefore some form of fiction that shields the guilty must take its place. In tandem with total avoidance of the truth many excuses blaming the other side will have been long-readied, a generous supply of mud for ‘those over there’.
The entire panoply of western leaderships are continuing to surround themselves in mirages of misinformation and fact-avoiding breast-beating over Ukraine rather than facing anything as onerous as the facts.
Those facts are of course incredibly hard to face considering the assumption of western leaders that they are hugely righteous, amounting to the greatest collective global power in existence to whom the concept of defeat is entirely unknown. And that defeat, now rushing up to meet them in Ukraine therefore is entirely unthinkable.
Ukraine is going from one defeat to another, talking all the while of an eventual victory. Its political and military are as self-inflictedly blind to the stark reality facing them as their counterparts in Washington. That reality is imminent defeat and complete humiliation.
Therefore, happily for all of them (for the time being) everything is wished away by means of one total fantasy or another including copious amount of fake narrative and outright propaganda.
Unfortunately for them however, reality has a nasty habit sooner or laterof smashing headlong into even the most beloved of fantasies And, if you look closely you will now see those fantasies beginning to leak at the seams, this being evidenced by signs of an inevitable blame game starting to occur.
The first example concerns Joe Biden, who for no evident reason, brought up the fact that Zelensky had initially been unwilling to accept the fact that Russia was about to initiate a campaign in Ukraine. It was a purely gratuitous criticism about a situation more than three months earlier that had no current context to explain it, except an indication from Biden (and perhaps a warning to Zelensky) that if things carried on as they appeared wont to do mud-slinging would not be one-sided in the event of an eventual debacle.
Then there was the article in the New York Times which bemoaned the fact that the western powers knew much more about Russia’s military tactics and activities than about those of Ukraine, giving the distinct (and false) impression that they were to some degree in the dark due to Ukraine not providing adequate information. I predict we will hear more of this kind of talk in due course.
On the Ukrainian side we can also see the mud being gathered ready for slinging. The USA, UK and Europe failed to supply the weaponry that Ukraine needed to win. Despite all the fervent pleading they simply refudsed to give Ukraine what it so desperately required.
Neither Zelensky nor any of those in the front line of Ukraine’s leadership are going to capitulate. They are going to act in defiant fashion, forever calling for more assistance by way of heavy weaponry, never for a moment suggesting any desire to come to any agreement with Russia, always ready to fight to the last man. However, the western world is rapidly diminishing in its ability or willingness to supply what the Ukrainian leadership demands.
Zelensky and his people cannot change their tune now, to capitulate for them means almost certain death, or at least perpetual ignominy. A much safer strategy is to keep breast-beating, keep posturing heroically, keep insisting on eventual victory and most important of all, keep demanding more weaponry from the West.
This latter point is vital as it provides the mud to sling later when the protective spin for them will be that they fought like devils for Ukraine but were let down by those promised so much but then failed to deliver.
There is no way Zelensky and his minions can agree to talks with Russia now. This route, offered by Russia, was taken only a few weeks into Russia’s campaign. It was even bearing some fruit. Ukraine agreed to some important aspects that provided some hope that continued talks might bring a meaningful breakthrough. Then the western leaders convinced Zelensky to break off these talks and renege on the progress made. Chief of those who convinced Zelensky to do this was Boris Johnson. Undoubtedly Joe Biden had a hand in it also. It seems Zelensky was told that if he abandoned talks with Russia he would be delivered overwhelming firepower with which to defeat Russia.
This defeat of Russia is now obvious by its absence. Yet both the western leaders and Ukraine make a pretence of confidence in an ‘if only’ notion. If only the West had provided the number of weapons required and if only Ukraine had informed the West of the true facts of how things were going.
It is becoming ever more clear however that both of these ‘if only’ factors are also going to be obvious by their absence. The logistics of providing the arms, ammunition and training necessary by the West make the first part of the task unattainable and the decimation of Ukrainian troops via tactical incompetence by Ukraine make the second part unattainable also. Besides, Russia has the manufacturing base to supply and resupply both men and materiel on such an unlimited basis to defeat Ukraine no matter what is done now.
We will no doubt see this theatre of the absurd continue whereby both the western powers and the Zelensky regime talk pie in the sky while that sky increasing falls down upon them. Neither of them appears willing to face reality. Too much is at stake for them personally if they do.
Meanwhile Ukrainian troops die in their droves.
The politicians of Kiev, Washington, London and Brussels are doing their level best to save their own necks while the abominable suffering in Ukraine drags ever on.
No talks. No concessions. More deaths. More territory taken.
But, despite everything the heroic status of Zelensky will be determinedly retained until the end with a finger resolutely pointing at the foot-draggers of the West who let his country down. In the USA and across the western world we will hear a different refrain however, one that talks of Ukrainian officials providing “inaccurate information”, officials who talked up victories that had no reality to them but that conjured up only in their own minds.
So it will go, I predict.
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2023.03.21 00:04 SleighDriver Controversial Take: We don't need so much damn fog

Let me start by saying that I love the new art direction. I like the earth tones, the grey tones, the spartan use of occasional color to make certain areas pop or spells to stand out.
What I don't like is how, when I started the game, the world looked like a toddler was in charge of the gamma settings. Shadows weren't black, they were darkish grey. Browns were coated in grey. Greys were coated in more grey.
I'm on a Win11 PC with an OLED HDR gsync gaming monitor, and I know what true black shadows look like in a HDR-enabled game. Heck, I see them in D2R. I must've spent 3 solid hours playing with every video setting known to man/woman to fix this perceived problem in D4. And then, I noticed a few things.
First, the UI looks perfect in HDR. There are true blacks in the UI, wonderful shadow detail, and no hint of gamma problems. Second, the character creator also shows a perfect implementation of HDR with true black levels in some shadow areas and no hint of gamma problems. But then I noticed, in the background of the character creator, is a heavily fogged area that looks like someone's been hotboxing for a week straight. And then, third, some later dungeons are devoid of fog and look amazing. Suddenly I saw how the gamma, art, brightness - they're all correct. They aren't the problem.
The washed out haziness that's sparked some degree of debate, consternation, and arguments over art direction is all due to excessive fog.
The amount of fog both outdoors and in most indoor environments is unreal, and I mean that literally. When you consider how much it impacts color saturation and diffuses light at the distance of the camera to your character, we're talking levels of fog where you can't see more than a block down the street. Or you left something burning on the stove and your smoke alarms are screaming at you. And so the impact it has on color saturation - and I'm not talking colorful color saturation, but rather skin tones, earth tones, everything - hits the uncanny valley.
It just doesn't look right. (But we're all so thankful that it doesn't look like D3 that we don't want to complain about it.)
Turning the fog quality down in the menu doesn't reduce the amount of fog. So I'll argue that we either need an option to tone the fog down or, alternatively, Blizzard could tell their fog lead that she/he isn't getting paid based on the total density of fog they cram into the game. Some fog and haze is good, it's natural, we expect it. But D4 has fog turned up to 11. Let's bump it down to a 5-ish.
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2023.03.20 23:57 sest0977 I need some guidance on the first steps of game development

Hi, as the title says, I am looking for some guidance when it comes to the first steps of game development.
First, a little about me, I am currently a freshman in college; video games have always been an important part of my life, providing an escape unlike any other medium. For me, across all forms of media, including books, movies, and video games, storytelling has always been something that I have been drawn to uncontrollably. I have always wondered how I could create worlds like the ones I experienced in these mediums, filled to the brim with unique characters and conflicts varying in size and importance. Recently (probably because of my time at college), I have put much more thought into how I could finally begin discovering the best way for me to achieve this dream of storytelling guiding my future career. While books and movies certainly grasped my attention, and I held a degree of interest in the processes behind their creation. Video games are what I keep coming back to. Something about the nature of a world that you yourself have the ability to interact with and shape just captivates my imagination, unlike anything else. The only issue is I have 1. no idea where even to begin when it comes to learning game development and 2. I don't completely love coding, and my math skills are abysmal. Regardless of whatever anxiety has been standing in my way, I really do believe now more than ever I am ready to begin this process.
Back to the first point, while I have actually attempted to learn some basic game dev skills before using courses offered by GameDev.TV on Udemy, I never found myself sticking with these courses for very long. Now that I'm essentially restarting, I feel incredibly lost on where and how I should begin the learning process for game development. It feels to me that game development contains so many different elements that I end up being so confused about where I could fit my skills into its process.
Now onto the second point, math and I are definitely not pals; all throughout high school and middle school, math was my least favorite course, and I have pretty much avoided it since then. On top of that, I have taken a coding course in high school, but because of covid factoring into that year, I never felt like I learned anything that was helpful, and I'm still not sure if I really even like coding at all.
I guess that overall I'm worried that despite video games seeming like the perfect outlet to express the stories I wish to tell. I might not be cut out for the skills required actually to create them. For me, my number one passion is storytelling and the process of developing these stories, and in my eyes, my love for video games combined with the capabilities of the medium sets the perfect stage for the stories I want to tell. I am just very confused and lost on if I'm heading in the right direction and if I'm actually cut out for game development.
I'm just looking to hear from others who may have been in a similar situation to me and how they either did or did not overcome this challenge. Sorry for the long post, but I hope it outlines my situation adequately.
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2023.03.20 23:39 JediMindGamez LN Foreshadowing List (Spoilers)

During my last read through I decided to make a list of all the foreshadowing I noticed (some are pretty weak in my opinion but I still noted it. I also made notes of some anime references I liked (I'm sure I missed a lot).
The chapters and page numbers are from the bookwalker app on at iphone 12 mini at 100% zoom. If there's enough interest, I'll continue this through the end of the series and update it as new volumes come out. If you're using this for a youtube video, etc. please say thanks, give me a shoutout, or something.

Volume 1
Chapter 2 pg 50
Lilia before being hired as a maid: “She had several stories up her sleeve to use as bargaining chips if she needed to.
Chapter 4 pg 128
Rudeus talking about Paul: “He sounded like the main character from a pretty rapey adult dating sim, boundless virility and all.
Chapter 6: pg 194
Talking about Roxy: “if it weren’t for our age difference, I’d want to marry her.”
Chapter 10: pg 399
Leaning his elbows on the table, Paul shot me a sharp look that brought to mind a certain spectacled commander.
Volume 2
Chapter 3: pg 150
Talking with Ghislaine and Eris about different types of teachers: “She had a goal.”
Chapter 6: pg 279
Roxy’s description of Migurd race in her Demon tongue textbook: People of the Migurd race tend to like sweet things.
Volume 3
Chapter 8: pg 259
If this lady’s still alive somewhere, I’d love to meet her… (talking about Kishirika Kishirisu).
Chapter 10: pg 381
Horseface was starting down at Roxy’s pendant, now dangling prominently around Ruijerd’s neck.
Chapter 14: pg 549
“The use of teleportation circles was forbidden in the aftermath of the Second Great Human-Demon War. Some may remain intact, but using them would likely be difficult.”
Chapter 14: pg 569
“My name is Rodriguez! I am the third student of Auber the Peacock Blade, pupil of the great North God Kalman!”
Chapter 14: pg 575
“If we turned that whole story into a book and got it published somehow, maybe we actually could rehabilitate the image of the Superd to some degree.”
Extra Chapter pg 582
…and finally a place where only white flowers bloomed - the Lily Garden. (Slyphies hair turning white).
Volume 4
Chapter 2: pg 72
“By ‘demon eyes,’ do you mean eyes that can see a person’s lifeline? A line that, if cut, will kill the person with absolute certainty?”
“How horrific! What in the world is that power?! I don’t have anything as terrifying as that!”
Oh well, it’s not like I had plans to target some vampire…
Side story: Missed Connections: pg 175
The youth would discover one of his friends had died, and Roxy would comfort him. That would be their first night together.
Chapter 6: The Beastfolk Children: pg 258
Aah! You can’t, little puppy! I have a wife and husband…!
Chapter 7: Free Apartment: pg 295
Geese. Let’s see, I felt like I’d heard that name before….”Hm? Rudeus…I’ve heard that name before.”
Chapter 7: Free Apartment: page 297
…but I’ve got no interest in men unless they look like women, too.
Chapter 7: Free Apartment: page 298
Geese explained. “Ahh, well, one of my acquaintances from a long time ago was a Doldia, so I came on the off chance I might meet her.”
Chapter 10: The Holy Sword Highway: page 416
(talking about Gesse). He had a charming face, and he wasn’t a bad guy, either. Still, ever since the incident with Gallus, I had the lingering sense that there was something darker behind all of that.
Chapter 10: The Holy Sword Highway: page 423
At the same time, I feared the possible negative impact that much mana could have on the body.
Chapter 10: The Holy Sword Highway: page 431
It was unclear if the cooking had anything to do with what happened after, but the woman did get with the man and the two later married.
Volume 5
Chapter 2: Paul’s Story pg 92
Paul after being teleported figuring out what's happening…It wasn’t really my fault I stepped on it, since our monkey of a scout should have spotted the thing beforehand…
Chapter 4: Reunited pg 179
Gesse Talking to Paul about Rudy’s journey back from Demon Continent about the Seven Great Powers
Paul: “Still, I felt like Rudy really did have the raw talent to make it on that list someday. And I didn’t think that was just my parental pride talking.”
Chapter 4: Reunited pg 202
It was a specific kind of sweet jelly that was very popular with young adventurers lately, having earned a mention in a recent popular ballad about a youthful magician’s adventures.
Chapter 6: One Week in Millishion pg 291
Rudy talking about his figures: they had quality enough to earn the admiration of a certain beastfolk Sword King and a prince in some foreign country, after all.
Chapter 6: One Week in Millishion pg 322
Paul talking about Elinalise: Yeah, the last thing I wanted was to end up as that woman’s father-in-law.
Extra Chapter 1: Dragon Meat, Nanahoshi Style pg 455
Also, what did “Nanahoshi” mean? The term was totally new to me, though it sounded almost…Japanese.
Extra Chapter 2: The Death of Ariel pg 522
As a direct result, Pilemon Notos Greyrat, the foremost member of the Ariel faction, was compelled to make a painful choice that left him in something of a predicament…but that’s a story for another time.
Volume 6
Chapter 3: The Shirone Kingdom pg 72
Rudeus internal monologue when talking to the Man-God - “Hopefully, even if there were unpleasant surprises lying in store for me, they wouldn’t involve such things as serious injury or the death of someone close to me.
Chapter 6: A Speedy Resolution pg 214
Farewell with Zanoba - “All right, Mawstwer. Stay safe! I don’t know where I’ll be shipped off to, but I have a feeling I’ll eventually run into you again!”
Chapter 8: An Adult pg 257
Talking to Rujerd, chapter before meeting Orsted - For some reason, I had a bad feeling about this. This felt an awful lot like the kinds of final conversations characters on TV had before they got killed off.
Volume 7
Chapter 3: Quagmire Rudeus pg 139
At the entrance of the Galgau Ruins: “Still, there’s a chance another party’s still inside.”
Chapter 4: The Forest at Night pg 249
Rudeus after healing a girl during the snow clearing job, “Perhaps something good would come from making a name for myself among those kids.”
Chapter 4: The Forest at Night pg 258
These were a higher ranked sort called the Icefall Treant. I had yet to encounter one.
Epilogue: pg 425
Random adventures talking about Rudeus - “Yeah. Just by having that one guy in their ranks, a group of twenty took down a Red Wyrm Straggler.”
Volume 8
Chapter 2: Entrance Exam pg 109
After all, the first person to introduce themselves was the victor! His mouth kept opening and closing but finally, he managed, “I’m Fitz. A pleasure”.
Chapter 2: Entrance Exam pg 113
That brought back memories: I’d once used an instrument just like that.”
Chapter 3: First Day of School pg 164
“Rudy - um, I mean, Rudeus, was it? What are you doing here?”
Side Story: Sylphiette (part 1) pg 215
It would be devastating to meet someone I liked and be mistaken for a man.
Side Story: Sylphiette (part 1) pg 228
He’d probably keep skirt-chasing even after he got married to someone.
Chapter 6: An Unreachable Power (part 2) pg 319
“Juli…ette, hehe, that’s a good name.” Master Fitz laughed merrily, as if he found something about the name amusing.
Epilogue: pg 423
Elinalise talking to Rudeus, “But they’re all girls. Not surprising, I guess, you are Paul’s son.”
Volume 9
Chapter 4: The Impervious Fiance (part 2) pg 167
After the mating season Rinia and Pursean: “You’re the man, Boss! Thanks again, mew. We’ll give you somethin’ for the trouble soon!”
Chapter 6: The White Mask (part 2) pg 229
“But if magic was really such a fundamental part of this world, wouldn’t lacking it cause you…some sort of problems?”
Chapter 7: A Day at the University of Magic pg 266
Incidentally, the only Divine-tier Detoxification spell I’d heard of was one that cured a strange and terrible illness called Petrification Syndrome.
Chapter 7: A Day at the University of Magic pg 281
Talking about Nanahoshi’s sleeping chambers - Why was she sleeping next to her food? What if it attracted mice or roaches?
Chapter 10: Rain in the Forest (part 2) pg 433
Seeing Fitz/Slyphies face for the first time: I thought I saw a resemblance to her fellow elf, Elinalise…but somehow, her face was more approachable and endearing.
Side Story: Sylphiette (Part 0) pg 511
Fitz seeing Rudy for the first time right before his entrance exam: She was an elf, from the looks of things. Something about her kind of reminded me of my dad.
Volume 10
Chapter 1: Backing pg 18
They were lined up around me and applauding, for some reason. True, it was a special occasion, but it was still kind of embarrassing. Almost like the last episode of a certain TV anime series.
Chapter 2: Things to Prepare Before Marriage (Part 1) pg 51
Something with a garden and room for a big dog might be best…
Chapter 2: Things to Prepare Before Marriage (Part 1) pg 60
There wasn’t much dust, so the real estate agency must…
Chapter 3: Things to Prepare Before Marriage (Part 2) pg 93
A moving doll, Come to think of it, there were other inanimate objects in this world that moved, like armor.
Chapter 4: Dramatic pg 126
“This is a nice basement area. The way it’s built, you’ll hardly ever get mice comin’ in.”
Chapter 11: Three Heads are Better Than One pg 337
It was as if the strings that were holding her up had been cut. (Overlord Reference???)
Volume 11
Chapter 3: The Boss and His Flunkies pg 118
I’d still step in to help Norm if she ever needed me. Hell, I’d be on her professors like a helicopter parent if i had to.
Chapter 6: Life with the Greyrat Sisters pg 227
And up here, you didn’t have any nasty multi-legged visitors scuttling into your house to nibble at your food either.
Chapter 8: Farewells pg 316
I might end up losing something. Like one of my hands, maybe…or one of my parents.
Volume 12
Chapter 1: Arrival pg 44
But Talhand was completely unaffected. I was the only one who couldn’t resist.
Chapter 8: The Guardian of the Teleportation Labyrinth pg 275
Elinalise joined in. “I know of one other person who was once like Zenith is now, and they’re still alive.”
Chapter 11: Looking Ahead pg 341
“What’s that? Sure talkin’ like you know a lot on the matter, Elinalise".
Chapter 16: Before his Grave pg 517
But in this world, Sylphie was understanding. As long as I loved them equally, I could have two or three wives.
Chapter 16: Before his Grave pg 531
“Apparently Sylphie thinks I’m going to take another wife after this…”
Volume 13
Chapter 1: Roxy’s New Job pg 51
Talking about the Zaliff Gauntlet: …Or a hand that turned into a magic cannon on demand?
Chapter 1: Roxy’s New Job pg 72
We found Nanahoshi looking somewhat the worse for wear. She might have caught a cold or something since she was coughing like crazy.
Chapter 6: A Water King is Born pg 276
It might be nice to come out of the city to fish on a sunny day…
Chapter 11: Graduation Day pg 525
Talking about Rinia: I wasn’t feeling too reassured. I had this gut feeling she was going to blunder along with a bunch of half-assed ideas and land herself in deep trouble.
Volume 14
Chapter 1: Floating Fortress pg 50
As we passed through the gate, white particles suddenly started falling from Sylphie’s body as she walked ahead of me. In fact, those same particles were falling from my body as well.
Chapter 2: An audience with Perguis pg 69
Your mana closely resembles that of Laplace. If you were determined to resist me…
Chapter 2: An audience with Perguis pg 75
The mana flows through them as a result transforms them. They all lose their memories, without exception, and in return, their body is infused with a mysterious power.
Volume 15
Chapter 13: Explanations pg 505
Anyway…his (Orsted) story was coherent enough, but something about it felt a little off somehow.
Volume 16
Chapter 1: The First Mission pg 30
For instance, we could persuade the princess to focus more on magical research or strengthening the military.
Chapter 1: The First Mission pg 47
“There’s nothing to worry about,” Orsted assured me. “Even if we fail, there is always next time.”
Chapter 5: Working Together pg 176
“Oh, truly? In that case, perhaps I should have said hello to him. He was intimidating enough from afar that it made my legs tremble. If I heard his voice up close, I might wet myself.”
Chapter 9: Before Traveling to Asura Kingdom pg 389
Or, more precisely, he seemed to think he could always try again if the first attempt failed.
Chapter 9: Before Traveling to Asura Kingdom pg 469
My concern with her was whether or not she would settle down and behave while pregnant.
Volume 17
Chapter 4: Ariel’s Choice pg 128
Presumably, I wasn’t escorting her to the toilet. Some people might get off on having others watch them do their business, but I didn't see any reason why she’d pick me for that role.
Volume 18
Chapter 2: The Borrowed Cat pg 88
“Lara sure doesn’t cry much and she doesn’t smile either. It kind of worries me,” Sylphie mumbled… I didn’t see the big issue, personally. I mean look at her, she looks super conceited. You could tell by her face that she was gonna be a hotshot someday. No doubt about it.
Volume 19
Chapter 2: Bad Omens pg 69
Lara was supposed to be some sort of messiah,...but maybe she’d been born with special powers of some kind.
Chapter 11: Aftermath pg 448
He was recounting a story about one of the Man-God’s previous disciples…”The Demon King of the Biegoya Region, Badigadi.”
Volume 20
Chapter 5 pg 291
I wasn’t sure why, exactly, but Lara had taken a liking to Zenith. She would often sit on Zenith’s lap and look up at her face. If you ignored the silence, you might mistake it for a touching scene of a grandchild bonding with her grandmother.
Chapter 6 pg 331
Cliff, “Worry not, I’ll pray to Saint MIllis that your future child will get along well with mine.”
Chapter 7 pg 374
The acquaintance who’d appeared so suddenly had disappeared just as quickly. I had to wonder if our reunion was, in fact, a coincidence. It didn’t matter. I was happy to see an old friend and shake some nerves off (Geese).
Chapter 8 pg 411
If Norm told me that she wanted to marry and needed my help finding someone, then I’d gladly set her up on a blind date.
Volume 21
Chapter 7: What is Owed pg 293
(While the blessed child is narrating Zenith’s memories), Lara really likes me. You know she was talking from the moment she was born! “Lately, she climbs up on my knees and we sit in the sun with Leo and talk.
Chapter 8: The Traitor Gets Away pg 341
“I won’t go on at length about it, as promised, but I worry about her future,” Claire said.
“Aisha was incredible and clever…
“I wonder…” Claire said, sounding unconvinced. “I cannot shake the feeling that she’ll make some mistake she can’t come back from.”
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2023.03.20 23:38 mt_xing Japan Parks Trip Report + Lessons Learned [Fuji-Q Highland, Nagashima Spa Land, Universal Japan, etc]

Japan Parks Trip Report + Lessons Learned [Fuji-Q Highland, Nagashima Spa Land, Universal Japan, etc]
Just got back from two weeks in Japan where I got to ride some roller coasters, and given there's relatively less information on here about the major Japanese parks, I thought I'd give my thoughts and also lessons learned in case anyone else wants to go.
Some useful resources I found, in addition to reading the other posts on this subreddit about people's time in Japan, were trip reports on YouTube by various coaster YouTubers, such as El Toro Ryan, and the written reports of Richard Bannister (who I believe is active on this subreddit - hi and thanks for your work!). They gave me a bit of an idea on what to expect.
The parks I visited were, in order:
  • Tokyo Dome City (didn't ride anything)
  • Tokyo Joypolis
  • Tokyo DisneySea
  • Tobu Zoo
  • Fuji-Q Highland
  • Yomiuriland
  • Nagashima Spa Land
  • Universal Japan

General Lessons

Preferred seating is not a thing in Japan. You do not get to pick your own seat and I'm told it's considered rude to ask.
You often hear that Japanese parks have terrible operations and, with the exception of the two American ones (Disney and Universal), this is true, but those two get such insane crowds that lines are very long anyways. Get used to waiting.
On the bright side, every single park had free bins or lockers in the stations to store things. None allow loose articles (even in zippered pockets or glasses with straps) and many enforce this with metal detection, but with free lockers, I don't mind this. You put your stuff in the locker and then your key comes with a strap that you wear around your wrist. Simple enough. I wish free lockers were a thing at more American parks (cough Great Adventure).
Parks close their rides by the posted wait time before park close. So if a ride has a posted 120 minute wait and the park closes at 5, they will close the line at 3 and stop allowing people to queue. This means if you get off a ride say 45 minutes before park close, there's basically nothing left for you to do.
Japanese parks love ferris wheels. They're everywhere.
Buying tickets for anything online is like pulling teeth. Some parks straight up require you to buy tickets through Seven Eleven which is wild (and Seven Eleven requires a Japanese name to buy tickets). Disney's website crashed every time I put in my card and Universal's website said they don't take foreign Visas and Mastercards. Those two I bought through an authorized reseller (Klook) and the rest I bought in person at the park.
Masks are still everywhere in Japan, not by law but by social custom (and sometimes park mandate), even on the roller coasters and outside.
Finally, the smaller the park, the less likely the staff speak English (which I understand; I wouldn't expect the average Six Flags ride op to speak fluent Japanese either). Just be patient and kind; in my experience Japanese customer service people are some of the nicest in the world. In general it's not hard to figure out what they're saying through a combination of prior experience (eg: the person assigning rows asking you a question probably wants to know the number of people in your party) and just watching what people around you are doing. As someone who doesn't speak Japanese, it was never impossible for me to figure it out, and if all else fails, Google Translate always exists. I recommend downloading the Japanese language pack when you have wifi.

Tokyo Dome City

Unfortunately Thunder Dolphin was closed for maintenance still so I didn't actually get to ride anything here.
Big pancake looking thing
No reopening date

Tokyo Joypolis

Joypolis entrance
I paid per ride as I only rode the one coaster. There is a foreigner discount if you have your passport on you (which apparently Japanese law requires you keep on you as a tourist at all times anyways).

Geki-on Live Coaster

I rode a spinning inverting interactive dark ride rhythm game roller coaster. I did not know these were words that went together.
In all seriousness, when they made the world's first inverting spinning coaster, they were so busy stuffing it with gimmicks that they forgot to make the ride good. I was genuinely curious how having playing a rhythm game while riding a coaster would work because it sounded kind of fun, but unfortunately the rhythm game portion is separate from the coaster portion. You play a bad latency-filled rhythm game for a bit and then there's a tire launch into a single heartline roll and that's the ride. There's a trim and a few slow turns after that but you're basically just meandering back to the station. You're better off just downloading a good rhythm game to your phone and playing it while in line for Time Traveler.
The single heartline roll
Not the best use of an hour in line, but hey, at least it was interesting.

Tokyo DisneySea

I went on a random non-holiday Tuesday and showed up 30 minutes before park open. The lines were as promised. Also if you buy your ticket through an authorized reseller, your ticket is on your phone, but the official park app requires you to scan your ticket and the app is, of course, also on your phone. So there's literally no way to do that without the help of someone else. Without the app, you can't book reservations or buy fast passes (which cost money now; there's a lot of outdated info still out there on the English web). On the bright side, most employees had no problem with English here and guest services even had English park maps on request.
\"Medium / Light crowds\" per most crowd calendars
Also this park is shockingly affordable, not just for a Disney park but in general. I got a full meal with a drink for lunch for only $12. Sodas can be had for around $1.50. Admission was only like $60. It's wild.

Raging Spirits

There is a single rider line (or at least there was when I was there). It's very hard to find; ask an employee. I waited in the standby line the first time while the single rider queue was literally a station wait.
This is a not very exciting Intamin family-ish coaster with a single vertical loop. Not much else to say.

Tobu Zoo

This park is actually a bit under a mile away from the nearest train station, an oddity by Japanese park standards. You can wait for the bus if you want but I took the rather pleasant stroll through the town to get to the park.
Note that El Toro Ryan went to the wrong train station in his video if you watch it. I did also find this video helpful for this park and Yomiuriland.
The staff spoke exactly zero English when I came. Google Translate was invaluable for getting tickets purchased. I just bought the one ride because the rest of the park was honestly quite beat down and depressing.
Regina 2 was still closed; I missed it by a few days. The signage makes it look like it's getting GCI trains which is cool I guess. The old trains were on display in the park if you wanted photos.
Regina 2 ad in the train station
Presumably the old trains


A good roller coaster
This really is just a smaller I305, starting with the same drop, 270 degree right turn, and airtime hill under the lift. The resemblence is uncanny, but unlike I305, it doesn't make me wanna black out from the forces. I really enjoyed this ride. It has some awesome airtime and I'm shocked Intamin hasn't sold more of these.

Fuji-Q Highland

Finally getting to the big coaster parks. I stayed at the park hotel because it was pretty affordable and got me 30 minutes early entry. I could also buy tickets at the front desk.
There is a train station at the park but taking a bus from Tokyo was cheaper and faster, even with traffic, because the train makes too many stops (even if you pay up for the Limited Express).
Calling this park the Six Flags of Japan is a disservice to the fact that there are genuinely pleasant Six Flags parks. This park was sad. Cracked pavement, chipped paint, you name it (except trash; as with all of Japan there is no litter anywhere). The fact that there was construction everywhere didn't help the vibe, and neither did the nearly empty park on the weekday I went (not empty enough to stop everything from being a two hour wait from poor ops though).
There are machines by major rides to purchase fast passes, and I think they take credit card (a rarity). I never used them though as with Do-Dodonpa still down, I was really only there for 3 credits and with early entry, I walked onto the first train of the day on Eejanaika.
On all major coasters, they would have staff brief each train of riders on safety instructions and then make everyone chant a mnemonic that I assume involves the safety info we were given? As a non Japanese speaker I kinda had no idea what was going on but having everyone stand in a circle chanting some rhyme while tapping their knees for every train of oncoming riders was not helping the operational speed.


You already know that this coaster is great. It feels very much like X2 but the rotations are smoother (I didn't hurt my calves even once on the raven turn). I also lucked out that on my 3 rides, I got the front twice and the back once. This coaster alone makes the park worth visiting. Such a shame that with only 5 rows per train (instead of X2's 7) and ops that make Magic Mountain look like Disney, it takes so long to get on this coaster. Also the park had three safety belts on the coaster (instead of X2's one) and one of the belts literally attached the chest harness to the seat chasis?? It literally doesn't hold anything to anything; it's just there to take up time.


This is just TMNT Shellraiser and it's unfortunate both copies of this good ride are in subpar parks. I didn't even notice too bad of a rattle on this one. Just an all around enjoyable ride. Great views of Mt. Fuji onboard too.


It's true. All the Togos that aren't unrideable garbage are in Japan. This one even had some okay airtime early on. Unfortunately there was a rather unpleasant vibration (not quite a rattle; too high frequency for that) in the valleys that made my lungs uncomfortable; I coughed basically all the way through the second half of the ride. I don't know if this was just a me thing and I decided against a second ride to find out.
I don't remember where I got this cool view of the under construction coaster but I think it was this ride's exit.
Construction site

Voyage Dans Le Ciel

This ride opened late and having just eaten lunch I decided why not? Don't think I'd ridden a coaster by Hoei Sangyo before. It's just a family inverted coaster with very aggressive midcourse brakes.


Another park not directly connected to the train network, although from Keiō-yomiuri-land station there is a cable car you can pay for with great views of Bandit (the other train station has a boring bus). This is another park I paid per ride because I was just getting the credits before leaving.
Cable car ride
Was shockingly full even during the week; I think I caught a school trip or something because it looked like teachers were leading classes full of students around.
Vending machines selling ride tickets and fast passes were cash only (admission could be paid with credit card).


Another not terrible Togo, and this one didn't hurt my lungs. Great use of terrain and some competent airtime too. Just an overall fun time.

Spin Runway

This indoor spinning family coaster made me laugh because as far as I could tell they had put on a Hatsune Miku theme but couldn't be bothered to rip the old theme out first, so the first dark ride portion still had dog statues and stuff and then every few meters someone had just glued a poster of a Hatsune Miku character to the wall. Even Six Flags rips out (most of) the old theming before putting in new ones, lol. Indoor spiral lift was cool though; idk if I'd ever seen one before. They had a life-sized statue at the exit and that was probably the highest effort part of the whole thing.

Lipovitan Rocket Luna

Mostly indoor suspended family coaster, though there was a bit where you swoop outside before ducking back in, which looks very nice from the outside. The theming was much higher effort here. Fun ride.
People would clap every time this happened

Nagashima Spa Land

This park also isn't by a train station. There's a local bus you can take from Kuwana station or you can take a highway bus from Nagoya, though the latter got stuck in traffic for so long I missed park open by over 30 minutes. I took the local bus and train back that night.
Fast pass vending machines only take cash. I made the mistake of only bringing 4000 yen (a bit under $40) so at 1000 yen (a bit under $10) per fast pass, I only got to skip 4 lines and had to wait for subsequent rerides on Hakugei.
The park hotel does not appear to allow single occupancy in their rooms (Japanese hotels charge for number of people in a room unlike many US hotels), which was a problem as I was travelling alone at this point of the trip. I ended up staying somewhere else.
The Manta clone and Schwarzkopf looper were closed the day I visited.


Ferris wheel has good views
It's a big RMC. You already know it's elite. The airtime is top notch, the drop is incredible even in rows 3 and 10 where I got stuck, the inversions are whippy - it's just a great ride. Does kind of just feel like a normal RMC but bigger though, which is similar to how I feel about SteVe. The trains make a rather concerning loud rattling noise in some valleys, louder than I've heard on any other RMC hybrid; idk if that means anything.

Ultra Twister

Marcel Vos in shambles
I finally got to ride the ride that's so legendary for being so bad in RCT. It was fine; with a bit of defensive riding it wasn't painful at all, since the whole coaster being in one plane meant there was limited room to make bad transitions. And it was a walk on.

Steel Dragon 2000

Didn't remember this was a giga until after I got off
Longest steel coaster in the world. A Morgan giga, running B&M trains with bizzare 2-across seating that isn't staggered (unlike B&M Hypers). It doesn't track as smoothly as a B&M through the earlier half, but that airtime finale was amazing. Not quite as violent as Magnum's but pretty close and much longer (there's what, like 6 or 7 hills? I lost count), and with the B&M clamshell it's a lot more pleasant. That said, imagine putting shinguards on a B&M clamshell. Why would anyone do that?


Standard Arrow corkscrew.

Shuttle Loop

Schwarzkopf shuttle loop. Nice that it's sticking around for now with Montezooma changing.

Jet Coaster

Kiddie ride I rode after lunch. Really thought the part at water level was going to be a splash down but nope.

Wild Mouse

Standard Mack rides compact wild mouse.


Imagine running only one side of a free-spin with a posted 1 hour wait. They really were only using one side of the station and leaving the other side empty. That said, this was by far the most flips I'd ever gotten on a free spin (4 with almost a 5th).

Universal Studios Japan

We arrived 40 minutes before park open and the rides were already running with people on them. People aren't kidding when they say this park opens long before the posted opening time.
Fast passes need to be purchased in advance as they will sell out. They come in bundles instead of being per ride. I got the one with Flying Dinosaur to avoid a posted 4 hour wait, though I will say of all the parks in Japan, Universal inflated their posted waits the most by far (often a factor of 2 or even 3).
I'm not really covering non-coaster rides but my friends loved MarioKart ride (which apparently also just opened in LA). That said I personally find the field of view on the visors to be too small to convincingly sell the effect; it feels like less than a third of your vision is actually covered, and since the ride relies on speed lines and moving scenery in the visors to sell the racing feel (since the cars are moving very slowly in real life), I find the effect doesn't really work that well.
You need timed entry passes to the Nintendo area (and sometimes the Harry Potter area too) if you don't buy a Fast Pass that includes it already. Get to the park early to get them before they're all gone.
Park employees spoke English no problem here, just like Disney. Ops were good too. The park just gets too many guests. Food was not as cheap as Disney though. Single rider lines are much longer than they were at Disney; I'm told Disney attracts more families who want to stick together, while Universal has more teens willing to split up for a shorter wait. Idk if that's true but whatever the reason, the single rider line was frequently only 10 to 20 minutes shorter than the standby line.

Hollywood Dream

An otherwise fun B&M Hyper ruined by the speakers right next to your ears blasting music at eardrum shattering volumes. Probably would've been a fun ride if I had brought earplugs with me. And it wasn't just me; the random person sitting next to me was plugging her ears too through the whole ride.
Never seen a B&M Hyper with a dual load station before though; that's how you know the ops here are decent (slowed by having people cross the train to put stuff in bins before metal detecting on the platform itself, but with a dual load station it's parallelized).

Flying Dinosaur

Beautiful lake views from the ride
Disclaimer: I don't love intensity that much. I find the pretzel loops on most B&M flyers to be my least favorite part. So Flying Dinosaur was whatever for me. It's a very intense B&M flyer for sure, but I enjoy these rides more for the view and the feeling of flight than the chest crushing Gs through the loops, so this one wasn't for me. I'm sure intensity buffs will love it though.

Doraemon XR Ride: Nobita's Sky Utopia

An indoor spinning Mack family coaster, except they had turned off the spinning and were only using the two forward facing seats per car to accomodate the VR experience. It seems like it's been a VR ride for a while; if so, I have to wonder why Universal doesn't just buy forward facing trains for this. Would improve operations immensely to actually have the full coaster's capacity. A posted 4 hour wait in both the standby and single rider line for a family coaster on a nonholiday Tuesday is insane. Luckily the single rider line only took 90 minutes, far less than what's posted.
Notice the empty rear-facing seats
This was actually my first time on a VR coaster (I had dropped out of the enthusiast community right before the VR craze went around) and the experience was pretty fun for what it is; feels like a screen ride except with some actual forces since you are still on a coaster. Your plane dives in VR and you actually feel a drop. It was fun. Wouldn't wait 4 hours for it.

Flight of the Hippogriff

Haven't ridden the one in Orlando but I suspect this one is a clone. Only got on it because every other line had closed near the end of the day.

And those were the coasters I rode. Let me know if you have any questions; I can try to answer, though I will confess I am no expert on the country or culture of Japan. For all the annoyances, there are some great coasters in Japan so if you're fortunate enough to be able to visit, I would. Oh and the rest of the country is cool too.
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2023.03.20 23:28 constantderp I got a response from Sen. Frame regarding HB 1240.

“Thank you for contacting me, and for your advocacy on this proposed bill.
I very much appreciate your comments regarding firearm legislation. As you probably know, I do support common sense gun reform that will help make our communities safer. I am also a co-sponsor of SB 5078. While we may disagree on some of the gun reform laws that are coming before the legislature in 2023, I do thank you for taking the time to write to me to express your opinion. Robust debate and input from constituents is critically important to a transparent and healthy democracy.
Gun violence is now the third leading cause of death for children in the United States, and while I do not support banning all firearms, I do support measures that will help keep Washington children and families safe. I believe that common sense regulation will help prevent needless injury and death, and it is my goal to enact laws while continuing to allow law-abiding citizens the ability to purchase and use guns safely and responsibly.
Again, thanks for taking the time to contact me. Your participation in our democracy is very much appreciated.
Noel Frame”
My response;
Thank you for your response, Sen. Frame.
While gun violence is the third major cause in the death for children, your response is mostly a non-answer. This bill you have cosponsored is heavy handed and short sighted, I've cited a number of legal precedents that starkly goes against this bill. Furthermore, this bill is also tremendously classist and racist in origin, if anything this puts more marginalized people (your constituents) in further danger, here's why;
Police officers do have a legal obligation to respond to certain calls for assistance, such as emergency situations or calls where there is an imminent threat to public safety. This is due to both qualified immunity and the public duty doctrine.
Members of the LGBTQIA+ community have historically faced discrimination and mistreatment by law enforcement officers. This has led to a lack of trust between law enforcement and the LGBTQIA+ community, furthermore racism and discrimination not only harms individuals, but it also erodes trust between law enforcement and the communities they are meant to serve and protect.
Gun control laws like SB 5078 in the United States have been used to disenfranchise and discriminate against certain racial and ethnic groups. For example, some of the earliest gun control laws in the US were passed in the South during the Reconstruction era, specifically to disarm Black Americans and prevent them from defending themselves against racist violence. Similarly, there is evidence to suggest that some gun control laws in the 20th century were motivated by racial bias and a desire to limit the ability of minority groups to exercise their Second Amendment rights.
At the same time, it is also true that gun violence disproportionately affects marginalized communities, particularly low-income communities of color.
There have been a number of high-profile mass shootings and acts of violence in recent years that were carried out by individuals with far-right or extremist views. These incidents include the 2017 white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, the 2018 shooting at a synagogue in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and the 2019 shooting at a Walmart in El Paso, Texas, which targeted Hispanic immigrants.
There have been cases of violence against LGBTQIA+ people that have been committed by individuals with far-right or extremist views. These incidents may be motivated by a range of factors, including hate, prejudice, and intolerance.
One high-profile example of this type of violence occurred in June 2016, when a gunman entered Pulse, a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida, and killed 49 people and injured 53 others. The perpetrator of this attack, Omar Mateen, had expressed support for ISIS and was reportedly motivated by a combination of anti-gay sentiment and radical Islamist ideology.
There have also been cases of violence against transgender individuals that have been committed by individuals with far-right or extremist views. In 2020, at least 44 transgender or gender-nonconforming people were killed in the US, the majority of whom were Black or Latinx transgender women. While not all of these killings were committed by far-right extremists, there is evidence to suggest that many were motivated by hate and prejudice.
It is important to recognize that violence against LGBTQIA+ people is a serious issue that requires a multifaceted approach to address. This may include legal and policy measures, such as hate crime legislation and anti-discrimination laws, as well as education and awareness campaigns to promote acceptance and tolerance. Additionally, addressing the underlying societal and cultural factors that contribute to hate and prejudice can help to prevent acts of violence and promote a more inclusive and equitable society for all individuals, regardless of their sexual orientation or gender identity.
But until that is addressed, I am staunchly against this myopic bill.
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2023.03.20 23:07 joycee97 I might be graduating college soon and my friends and family want to celebrate but I don't want to

For context: I've been struggling to get a college degree for 7,5 years now and I am almost done. I have a conversation about finishing my graduation project this Thursday and if everything is okay I can schedule a tike to present my portfolio. If that presentation is also okay I graduate.
Here's my issue: my friends and family keep urging me to have a party once I graduate and I don't think I want to for a few reasons.
First: I'm not even sure I'll graduate and the stress is almost unbearable now that everyone around me is expecting that I will get my diploma soon. I'm so scared something will go wrong and I won't get my diploma and disappoint everyone.
Second: it doesn't feel like something worth celebrating to me. It feels more like something I barely survived (literally). Celebrating something that has made me feel miserable for so long feels wrong.
Third: Im exhausted. I feel so burned out and have had so many meltdowns lately. I'm absolutely not in the mood for celebrating. I just want to bury myself in a huge pile of squishmallows and weighted blankets.
My friends and family keep pushing me because they are convinced that I will regret it if I don't celebrate this achievement. I've tried to explain why I don't want to but they don't understand or don't want to listen. How do I make it clear to them that I REALLY DONT WANT TO CELEBRATE THIS?!
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2023.03.20 23:03 Dontgveup Anyone else deal with Atelophobia (fear of making mistakes)

This could be a big or small thing. I can not even make up my mind because of this to the point of resorting to an unhealthy thinking pattern which usually doesn't help.
I'm not sure of whats causing this, but It may be the result of people throughout my life giving me the third degree on everything I ever did wrong.
Anyone else have any ideas?
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DRAGON BALL FIGHTERZ - Ultimate Edition 4.8 TF2 $9.87 PP -
DRAGONBALL XENOVERSE Bundle Edition 1.1 TF2 $2.27 PP -
DRIFT21 0.5 TF2 $1.0 PP -
Dark Deity 0.4 TF2 $0.9 PP -
Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin 8.2 TF2 $16.76 PP -
Darkest Dungeon 0.6 TF2 $1.2 PP -
Darksiders Genesis 1.1 TF2 $2.34 PP -
Darksiders II Deathinitive Edition 0.6 TF2 $1.32 PP -
Darksiders III 0.8 TF2 $1.72 PP -
Darkwood 0.4 TF2 $0.78 PP -
Day of the Tentacle Remastered 0.4 TF2 $0.91 PP -
DayZ 6.3 TF2 $12.99 PP -
Daymare: 1998 0.4 TF2 $0.79 PP -
Dead Estate 1.3 TF2 $2.7 PP -
Dead Island - Definitive Edition 0.9 TF2 $1.77 PP -
Dead Island Definitive Collection 1.6 TF2 $3.18 PP -
Dead Island Riptide - Definitive Edition 0.8 TF2 $1.69 PP -
Dead Rising 2: Off the Record 1.2 TF2 $2.39 PP -
Dead Rising 3 Apocalypse Edition 1.7 TF2 $3.46 PP -
Dead Rising 4 0.9 TF2 $1.75 PP -
Dead Rising 1.0 TF2 $1.96 PP -
Dead Rising® 2 1.1 TF2 $2.18 PP -
Death Road to Canada 0.6 TF2 $1.18 PP -
Death's Gambit 0.7 TF2 $1.42 PP -
Deep Rock Galactic 3.9 TF2 $8.04 PP -
Deponia - The Complete Journey 0.7 TF2 $1.4 PP -
Descenders 0.4 TF2 $0.78 PP -
Destroy All Humans 0.7 TF2 $1.39 PP -
Deus Ex: Human Revolution - Director's Cut 0.9 TF2 $1.88 PP -
Deus Ex: Mankind Divided 1.5 TF2 $3.17 PP -
Devil May Cry HD Collection 1.7 TF2 $3.49 PP -
Devil May Cry® 4 Special Edition 1.4 TF2 $2.85 PP -
Dinosaur Fossil Hunter 0.4 TF2 $0.9 PP -
Distance 0.7 TF2 $1.51 PP -
Distant Worlds: Universe 0.6 TF2 $1.27 PP -
Doom Eternal 2.0 TF2 $4.09 PP -
Door Kickers 1.1 TF2 $2.16 PP -
Door Kickers: Action Squad 0.4 TF2 $0.76 PP -
Dorfromantik 1.9 TF2 $3.97 PP -
Dragon Ball FighterZ 1.7 TF2 $3.44 PP -
Dragons Dogma - Dark Arisen 0.8 TF2 $1.63 PP -
Drake Hollow 0.4 TF2 $0.89 PP -
Drone Swarm 0.5 TF2 $0.96 PP -
Duck Game 2.2 TF2 $4.6 PP -
Dungeon Defenders: Awakened 2.7 TF2 $5.45 PP -
Dungreed 0.9 TF2 $1.79 PP -
Dusk 1.1 TF2 $2.2 PP -
Duskers 0.5 TF2 $0.99 PP -
EARTH DEFENSE FORCE 4.1 The Shadow of New Despair 2.3 TF2 $4.64 PP -
ELEX 0.7 TF2 $1.47 PP -
EVERSPACE™ 0.8 TF2 $1.57 PP -
Elite: Dangerous 1.3 TF2 $2.59 PP -
Empire of Sin 1.2 TF2 $2.49 PP -
Endzone - A World Apart 0.6 TF2 $1.31 PP -
Europa Universalis IV 1.1 TF2 $2.2 PP -
Exanima 2.3 TF2 $4.71 PP -
FTL: Faster Than Light 1.2 TF2 $2.52 PP -
Fable Anniversary 3.3 TF2 $6.69 PP -
Fallout 76 1.6 TF2 $3.3 PP -
Fantasy General II 0.5 TF2 $0.95 PP -
Farming Simulator 17 0.5 TF2 $1.06 PP -
Firefighting Simulator - The Squad 3.9 TF2 $8.08 PP -
First Class Trouble 0.4 TF2 $0.86 PP -
For The King 1.2 TF2 $2.37 PP -
Forager 1.4 TF2 $2.81 PP -
Forts 2.7 TF2 $5.44 PP -
Friday the 13th: The Game 2.3 TF2 $4.79 PP -
Frostpunk 1.2 TF2 $2.52 PP -
Full Metal Furies 0.6 TF2 $1.15 PP -
Furi 0.5 TF2 $0.99 PP -
GOD EATER 2 Rage Burst 0.9 TF2 $1.82 PP -
GRID - Ultimate 1.0 TF2 $2.01 PP -
GRIS 0.4 TF2 $0.89 PP -
Gamedec 0.4 TF2 $0.75 PP -
Gang Beasts 3.0 TF2 $6.03 PP -
Garden Paws 0.8 TF2 $1.66 PP -
Gas Station Simulator 1.2 TF2 $2.42 PP -
Gears 5 4.6 TF2 $9.34 PP -
Gears Tactics 4.2 TF2 $8.67 PP -
Generation Zero® 1.0 TF2 $2.13 PP -
Genital Jousting 0.5 TF2 $1.06 PP -
Goat Simulator 0.5 TF2 $0.94 PP -
Godlike Burger 1.4 TF2 $2.83 PP -
Golf With Your Friends 1.1 TF2 $2.34 PP -
Gordian Quest 1.4 TF2 $2.85 PP -
Gotham Knights 5.6 TF2 $11.55 PP -
GreedFall 0.9 TF2 $1.85 PP -
Grim Dawn 2.2 TF2 $4.51 PP -
Grim Fandango Remastered 0.5 TF2 $1.11 PP -
Guacamelee! 2 0.6 TF2 $1.26 PP -
HITMAN™2 Gold Edition 3.0 TF2 $6.06 PP -
HIVESWAP: Act 2 2.0 TF2 $4.07 PP -
Haiku, the Robot 1.5 TF2 $3.12 PP -
Hard Bullet 1.0 TF2 $2.06 PP -
Hearts of Iron III Collection 0.5 TF2 $1.01 PP -
Hearts of Iron IV: Battle for the Bosporus 1.3 TF2 $2.75 PP -
Hearts of Iron IV: Cadet Edition 1.7 TF2 $3.49 PP -
Hearts of Iron IV: Death or Dishonor 0.9 TF2 $1.83 PP -
Hearts of Iron IV: Waking the Tiger 1.6 TF2 $3.28 PP -
Heave Ho 0.6 TF2 $1.13 PP -
Heavy Rain 1.7 TF2 $3.55 PP -
Hell Let Loose 8.3 TF2 $17.07 PP -
Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice 1.1 TF2 Refer To My Other Thread $2.16 PP Refer To My Other Thread Humble Heroines: Warriors, Dreamers, and God Slayers
Hello Neighbor Hide & Seek 0.4 TF2 $0.76 PP -
Hello, Neighbor! 0.4 TF2 $0.91 PP -
Hero's Hour 1.2 TF2 Refer To My Other Thread $2.49 PP Refer To My Other Thread Humble Choice (Mar 2023)
Heroes of Hammerwatch 0.5 TF2 $1.11 PP -
Hitman Absolution 0.8 TF2 $1.57 PP -
Hitman Blood Money 0.7 TF2 $1.46 PP -
Hitman Game of the Year Edition 1.2 TF2 $2.48 PP -
Hollow Knight 2.6 TF2 $5.3 PP -
Homefront 0.5 TF2 $0.96 PP -
Homefront: The Revolution 0.8 TF2 $1.59 PP -
Homeworld: Deserts of Kharak 0.4 TF2 $0.76 PP -
Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number Digital Special Edition 0.6 TF2 $1.2 PP -
Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number 0.6 TF2 $1.13 PP -
House Flipper VR 0.9 TF2 $1.77 PP -
House Flipper 2.0 TF2 $4.18 PP -
Human: Fall Flat 0.9 TF2 $1.8 PP -
HunieCam Studio 0.4 TF2 $0.73 PP -
HuniePop 0.4 TF2 $0.89 PP -
Huntdown 1.2 TF2 $2.51 PP -
Hurtworld 2.0 TF2 $4.01 PP -
Hyper Light Drifter 1.3 TF2 $2.73 PP -
Hypnospace Outlaw 0.7 TF2 $1.44 PP -
I Am Fish 0.4 TF2 $0.76 PP -
I Expect You To Die 1.3 TF2 $2.65 PP -
I-NFECTED 6.1 TF2 $12.5 PP -
INSURGENCY 1.6 TF2 $3.19 PP -
Imperator: Rome Deluxe Edition 1.0 TF2 $2.09 PP -
Imperator: Rome 0.5 TF2 $1.04 PP -
Injustice 2 0.7 TF2 $1.48 PP -
Injustice: Gods Among Us - Ultimate Edition 0.6 TF2 $1.33 PP -
Into the Breach 2.0 TF2 $4.12 PP -
Into the Radius VR 5.1 TF2 $10.54 PP -
Ion Fury 1.5 TF2 $3.03 PP -
Iron Harvest 1.0 TF2 $2.12 PP -
Jalopy 0.5 TF2 $1.04 PP -
Job Simulator 8.7 TF2 $17.81 PP -
Jurassic World Evolution 2 1.7 TF2 Refer To My Other Thread $3.42 PP Refer To My Other Thread Humble Choice (Mar 2023)
Jurassic World Evolution 0.4 TF2 $0.91 PP -
Just Cause 2 0.5 TF2 $1.04 PP -
Just Cause 3 XXL Edition 1.0 TF2 $2.09 PP -
Just Cause 4: Complete Edition 1.4 TF2 $2.78 PP -
Just Die Already 0.4 TF2 $0.8 PP -
KartKraft 3.0 TF2 $6.1 PP -
Katamari Damacy REROLL 1.1 TF2 $2.19 PP -
Katana ZERO 1.0 TF2 $2.04 PP -
Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes 2.6 TF2 $5.31 PP -
Kerbal Space Program 1.5 TF2 $3.07 PP -
Killer Instinct 6.8 TF2 $13.91 PP -
Killing Floor 2 Digital Deluxe Edition 0.9 TF2 $1.88 PP -
Killing Floor 2 0.6 TF2 $1.28 PP -
Killing Floor 0.6 TF2 $1.15 PP -
Kingdom Come: Deliverance 1.6 TF2 $3.36 PP -
Kingdom: Two Crowns 0.9 TF2 $1.9 PP -
Kingdoms of Amalur: Re-Reckoning 0.9 TF2 $1.83 PP -
King’s Bounty : Ultimate Edition 0.8 TF2 $1.69 PP -
LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham Premium Edition 0.5 TF2 $1.06 PP -
LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham 0.4 TF2 $0.84 PP -
LEGO Batman Trilogy 1.4 TF2 $2.88 PP -
LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4 0.5 TF2 $1.12 PP -
LEGO Harry Potter: Years 5-7 0.7 TF2 $1.53 PP -
LEGO Lord of the Rings 0.5 TF2 $0.94 PP -
LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars 0.5 TF2 $1.04 PP -
LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga 0.5 TF2 $1.06 PP -
LEGO® City Undercover 0.6 TF2 $1.3 PP -
LEGO® DC Super-Villains Deluxe Edition 1.9 TF2 $3.81 PP -
LEGO® DC Super-Villains 0.4 TF2 $0.84 PP -
LEGO® Jurassic World™ 0.4 TF2 $0.81 PP -
LEGO® MARVEL's Avengers 0.4 TF2 $0.75 PP -
LEGO® Marvel Super Heroes 2 Deluxe Edition 1.1 TF2 $2.3 PP -
LEGO® Marvel Super Heroes 2 0.4 TF2 $0.9 PP -
LEGO® Ninjago® Movie Video Game 0.4 TF2 $0.73 PP -
LEGO® Star Wars™: The Force Awakens 0.6 TF2 $1.21 PP -
LEGO® Worlds 1.8 TF2 $3.76 PP -
LIMBO 0.5 TF2 $0.96 PP -
Labyrinth City: Pierre the Maze Detective 0.7 TF2 $1.43 PP -
Lake 0.8 TF2 $1.59 PP -
Last Oasis 1.2 TF2 $2.42 PP -
Layers of Fear 2 3.4 TF2 $6.94 PP -
Layers of Fear 0.5 TF2 $1.08 PP -
Legion TD 2 0.9 TF2 $1.92 PP -
Len's Island 3.6 TF2 $7.37 PP -
Lethal League Blaze 0.9 TF2 $1.86 PP -
Lethal League 0.7 TF2 $1.5 PP -
Library Of Ruina 3.0 TF2 $6.22 PP -
Life is Feudal: Your Own 0.4 TF2 $0.81 PP -
Little Inferno 1.3 TF2 $2.74 PP -
Little Misfortune 3.6 TF2 $7.38 PP -
Little Nightmares Complete Edition 1.6 TF2 $3.2 PP -
Little Nightmares 0.8 TF2 $1.6 PP -
Lobotomy Corporation Monster Management Simulation 4.9 TF2 $10.0 PP -
Lords of the Fallen Game of the Year Edition 0.8 TF2 $1.69 PP -
Lost Castle 0.9 TF2 $1.85 PP -
Lost Ember 1.3 TF2 $2.67 PP -
Lost Planet™: Extreme Condition 1.0 TF2 $2.0 PP -
Luck be a Landlord 2.7 TF2 $5.57 PP -
MORTAL KOMBAT 11 1.6 TF2 $3.37 PP -
MX vs ATV Reflex 0.4 TF2 $0.8 PP -
MX vs. ATV Unleashed 0.4 TF2 $0.72 PP -
Machinarium 0.9 TF2 $1.87 PP -
Mad Max 1.3 TF2 $2.72 PP -
Mafia II: Definitive Edition 1.3 TF2 $2.63 PP -
Mafia III: Definitive Edition 2.0 TF2 $4.0 PP -
Mafia: Definitive Edition 2.2 TF2 $4.49 PP -
Magicka 2 - Deluxe Edition 0.4 TF2 $0.72 PP -
Maneater 0.5 TF2 $1.06 PP -
Manhunt 1.2 TF2 $2.53 PP -
Mars Horizon 1.1 TF2 $2.2 PP -
Mass Effect™ Legendary Edition 5.8 TF2 $11.95 PP -
Max Payne 2: The Fall of Max Payne 0.6 TF2 $1.18 PP -
Max Payne 0.9 TF2 $1.85 PP -
MechWarrior 5: Mercenaries 2.6 TF2 $5.4 PP -
Medal of Honor 2.0 TF2 $4.05 PP -
Mega Man Legacy Collection 0.6 TF2 $1.22 PP -
Men of War: Assault Squad 2 - Deluxe Edition 1.2 TF2 $2.44 PP -
Men of War: Assault Squad 2 War Chest Edition 1.1 TF2 $2.27 PP -
Men of War: Assault Squad 2 1.0 TF2 $2.01 PP -
Messenger 0.4 TF2 $0.88 PP -
Metro 2033 Redux 0.6 TF2 $1.28 PP -
Metro Exodus 1.6 TF2 $3.37 PP -
Metro Redux Bundle 1.1 TF2 $2.34 PP -
Metro: Last Light Redux 1.1 TF2 $2.35 PP -
Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor Game of the Year Edition 0.8 TF2 $1.65 PP -
Middle-earth™: Shadow of War™ 0.7 TF2 $1.41 PP -
Middleearth Shadow of War Definitive Edition 1.2 TF2 $2.48 PP -
Mini Ninjas 0.5 TF2 $1.01 PP -
Miscreated 1.4 TF2 $2.83 PP -
Monster Hunter: World 3.5 TF2 $7.15 PP -
Monster Sanctuary 0.5 TF2 $0.94 PP -
Monster Train 0.4 TF2 $0.85 PP -
Moonlighter 0.4 TF2 $0.91 PP -
Moons of Madness 1.8 TF2 $3.67 PP -
Mordhau 1.7 TF2 $3.49 PP -
Mortal Kombat X 0.7 TF2 $1.53 PP -
Mortal Kombat XL 0.9 TF2 $1.85 PP -
Mortal Shell 1.8 TF2 $3.61 PP -
Motorcycle Mechanic Simulator 2021 1.0 TF2 $2.13 PP -
Motorsport Manager 1.3 TF2 $2.73 PP -
Move or Die 1.0 TF2 $1.97 PP -
Moving Out 1.0 TF2 $2.02 PP -
Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden - Deluxe Edition 1.6 TF2 $3.21 PP -
Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden 0.8 TF2 $1.57 PP -
My Friend Pedro 0.6 TF2 $1.25 PP -
My Time At Portia 0.5 TF2 $0.94 PP -
NARUTO SHIPPUDEN: Ultimate Ninja STORM 4 Road to Boruto 2.3 TF2 $4.71 PP -
NASCAR Heat 5 - Ultimate Edition 0.5 TF2 $0.99 PP -
Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 1.8 TF2 $3.59 PP -
Naruto to Boruto Shinobi Striker - Deluxe Edition 1.3 TF2 $2.58 PP -
Necromunda: Hired Gun 0.8 TF2 $1.54 PP -
Neon Abyss 0.5 TF2 $0.96 PP -
Ni no Kuni™ II: Revenant Kingdom - The Prince's Edition 2.3 TF2 $4.64 PP -
Nickelodeon Kart Racers 2: Grand Prix 0.4 TF2 Refer To My Other Thread $0.74 PP Refer To My Other Thread Kart Club: Best Indie Kart Racers Bundle
Nine Parchments 1.4 TF2 $2.94 PP -
No Time to Relax 1.7 TF2 $3.5 PP -
Not For Broadcast 0.5 TF2 $1.0 PP -
ONE PIECE PIRATE WARRIORS 3 Gold Edition 1.1 TF2 $2.25 PP -
Offworld Trading Company™ 0.7 TF2 $1.51 PP -
One Step From Eden 0.5 TF2 $0.96 PP -
Opus Magnum 1.2 TF2 $2.51 PP -
Orcs Must Die! 3 2.1 TF2 $4.21 PP -
Outlast 2 0.4 TF2 $0.89 PP -
Outlast 0.5 TF2 $0.93 PP -
Outward 1.4 TF2 $2.85 PP -
Overcooked! 2 1.5 TF2 $3.11 PP -
Overgrowth 0.6 TF2 $1.3 PP -
Owlboy 1.0 TF2 $2.11 PP -
Oxenfree 1.5 TF2 $3.17 PP -
PC Building Simulator 0.8 TF2 $1.69 PP -
Paint the Town Red 1.7 TF2 $3.43 PP -
Parkitect 4.4 TF2 $9.02 PP -
Pathfinder: Kingmaker - Enhanced Plus Edition 1.1 TF2 $2.18 PP -
Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous 1.2 TF2 $2.39 PP -
Pathologic 2 0.7 TF2 $1.53 PP -
Per Aspera 0.7 TF2 $1.48 PP -
Pillars of Eternity Definitive Edition 0.7 TF2 $1.52 PP -
Pistol Whip 9.8 TF2 $20.19 PP -
Plague Inc: Evolved 1.7 TF2 $3.44 PP -
Planet Coaster 1.6 TF2 $3.35 PP -
Planet Zoo 1.8 TF2 $3.74 PP -
Planetary Annihilation: TITANS 3.6 TF2 $7.4 PP -
Portal Knights 1.3 TF2 $2.59 PP -
PowerBeatsVR 0.9 TF2 $1.92 PP -
PowerSlave Exhumed 1.8 TF2 $3.63 PP -
Praey for the Gods 1.0 TF2 Refer To My Other Thread $1.97 PP Refer To My Other Thread Humble Heroines: Warriors, Dreamers, and God Slayers
Prehistoric Kingdom 1.2 TF2 $2.38 PP -
Pro Cycling Manager 2019 1.2 TF2 $2.53 PP -
Project Cars 3 10.6 TF2 $21.65 PP -
Project Hospital 2.3 TF2 $4.73 PP -
Project Wingman 1.1 TF2 $2.23 PP -
Project Winter 0.9 TF2 $1.94 PP -
Pumpkin Jack 0.4 TF2 $0.9 PP -
Quantum Break 1.6 TF2 $3.32 PP -
RUGBY 20 1.2 TF2 $2.5 PP -
RUINER 0.4 TF2 $0.83 PP -
RWBY: Grimm Eclipse 3.1 TF2 $6.42 PP -
Ragnaröck 3.2 TF2 $6.66 PP -
Railway Empire 0.4 TF2 $0.84 PP -
Rain World 1.1 TF2 $2.23 PP -
Raw Data 1.0 TF2 $2.11 PP -
Re:Legend 1.2 TF2 $2.37 PP -
Red Faction Guerrilla Re-Mars-tered 0.5 TF2 $0.94 PP -
Red Matter 4.2 TF2 $8.65 PP -
Resident Evil / biohazard HD REMASTER 0.9 TF2 $1.75 PP -
Resident Evil 0 / biohazard 0 HD Remaster 0.6 TF2 $1.28 PP -
Resident Evil 5 GOLD Edition 1.4 TF2 $2.78 PP -
Resident Evil 5 1.0 TF2 $1.95 PP -
Resident Evil 6 1.4 TF2 $2.77 PP -
Resident Evil: Revelations 2 Deluxe Edition 2.0 TF2 $4.14 PP -
Retro Machina 0.5 TF2 $0.99 PP -
Rising Storm 2: Vietnam 0.6 TF2 $1.21 PP -
River City Girls 1.4 TF2 $2.85 PP -
Rogue Heroes: Ruins of Tasos 0.5 TF2 $1.11 PP -
RollerCoaster Tycoon Deluxe 1.0 TF2 $2.13 PP -
Rollercoaster Tycoon 2: Triple Thrill Pack 1.7 TF2 $3.53 PP -
Rubber Bandits 0.7 TF2 $1.48 PP -
Running with Rifles 1.8 TF2 $3.79 PP -
Ryse: Son of Rome 1.8 TF2 $3.6 PP -
SCUM 2.6 TF2 $5.31 PP -
SHENZHEN I/O 0.5 TF2 $0.94 PP -
SOMA 2.0 TF2 $4.19 PP -
SONG OF HORROR Complete Edition 0.7 TF2 $1.51 PP -
STAR WARS™: Squadrons 2.0 TF2 $4.08 PP -
SUPERHOT VR 2.1 TF2 $4.4 PP -
SUPERHOT 0.8 TF2 $1.54 PP -
Sable 0.6 TF2 Refer To My Other Thread $1.22 PP Refer To My Other Thread Humble Heroines: Warriors, Dreamers, and God Slayers
Saint's Row The Third Remastered 2.2 TF2 $4.58 PP -
Saints Row 2 0.6 TF2 $1.2 PP -
Saints Row IV 0.9 TF2 $1.78 PP -
Saints Row: The Third 0.6 TF2 $1.32 PP -
Sanctum 2 0.5 TF2 $1.07 PP -
Satisfactory 6.2 TF2 $12.75 PP -
Scarlet Nexus 2.6 TF2 $5.28 PP -
Scribblenauts Unlimited 0.4 TF2 $0.83 PP -
Second Extinction 2.0 TF2 $4.14 PP -
Secret Neighbor 0.6 TF2 $1.18 PP -
Serious Sam 2 0.7 TF2 $1.5 PP -
Serious Sam 3: BFE 0.9 TF2 $1.76 PP -
Serious Sam 4 3.1 TF2 $6.31 PP -
Serious Sam: Siberian Mayhem 2.2 TF2 $4.41 PP -
Severed Steel 1.4 TF2 $2.78 PP -
Shadow Man Remastered 0.9 TF2 $1.93 PP -
Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun 0.5 TF2 $0.93 PP -
Shadow Warrior 2 0.8 TF2 $1.71 PP -
Shadow of the Tomb Raider 2.2 TF2 $4.56 PP -
Shantae and the Pirate's Curse 0.6 TF2 $1.21 PP -
Shenmue 3 0.7 TF2 $1.4 PP -
Shenmue I & II 0.7 TF2 $1.4 PP -
Shining Resonance Refrain 0.5 TF2 $0.93 PP -
Sid Meier's Civilization V 0.8 TF2 $1.63 PP -
Sid Meier's Civilization VI : Platinum Edition 2.8 TF2 $5.78 PP -
Sid Meier's Civilization VI 0.9 TF2 $1.94 PP -
Sid Meier's Civilization® V: The Complete Edition 2.0 TF2 $4.07 PP -
Sid Meiers Civilization IV: The Complete Edition 0.9 TF2 $1.76 PP -
Siege of Centauri 0.6 TF2 $1.13 PP -
SimCasino 1.2 TF2 $2.48 PP -
SimplePlanes 1.1 TF2 $2.26 PP -
Skullgirls 2nd Encore 1.0 TF2 $2.12 PP -
Slap City 1.2 TF2 $2.42 PP -
Slay the Spire 3.4 TF2 $6.88 PP -
Sleeping Dogs: Definitive Edition 0.8 TF2 $1.54 PP -
Slime Rancher 1.6 TF2 $3.22 PP -
Sniper Elite 4 1.3 TF2 $2.64 PP -
Sniper Elite V2 Remastered 0.8 TF2 $1.69 PP -
Sniper Elite V2 0.7 TF2 $1.43 PP -
Sniper Ghost Warrior 3 0.8 TF2 $1.61 PP -
Sniper Ghost Warrior Contracts 0.9 TF2 $1.85 PP -
Sonic Adventure DX 0.8 TF2 $1.67 PP -
Sonic Adventure™ 2 0.4 TF2 $0.91 PP -
Sonic Mania 1.1 TF2 $2.19 PP -
Sorcery! Parts 1 & 2 0.6 TF2 $1.29 PP -
Soul Calibur VI 1.2 TF2 $2.53 PP -
Source of Madness 0.5 TF2 $1.12 PP -
Space Engineers 2.2 TF2 $4.55 PP -
Space Haven 0.7 TF2 $1.34 PP -
Spec Ops: The Line 0.8 TF2 $1.63 PP -
Spelunky 1.0 TF2 $2.04 PP -
Spirit Of The Island 1.4 TF2 $2.86 PP -
Splendor 0.6 TF2 $1.32 PP -
SpongeBob SquarePants: Battle for Bikini Bottom - Rehydrated 1.3 TF2 $2.58 PP -
Spyro™ Reignited Trilogy 3.8 TF2 $7.72 PP -
Star Renegades 1.4 TF2 $2.85 PP -
Star Trek: Bridge Crew 3.6 TF2 $7.34 PP -
Star Wars® Empire at War™: Gold Pack 0.8 TF2 $1.69 PP -
Starbound 0.9 TF2 $1.81 PP -
Starpoint Gemini Warlords 1.6 TF2 $3.37 PP -
State of Decay 2: Juggernaut Edition 3.0 TF2 $6.08 PP -
Staxel 0.6 TF2 $1.2 PP -
SteamWorld Quest: Hand of Gilgamech 0.8 TF2 $1.72 PP -
Steel Division: Normandy 44 0.6 TF2 $1.13 PP -
Stellaris Galaxy Edition 1.3 TF2 $2.73 PP -
Stellaris 1.2 TF2 $2.55 PP -
Stellaris: Lithoids Species Pack 0.8 TF2 $1.61 PP -
Stick Fight: The Game 0.5 TF2 $0.94 PP -
Strategic Command WWII: World at War 2.0 TF2 $4.14 PP -
Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection 3.5 TF2 $7.17 PP -
Street Fighter V 0.7 TF2 $1.48 PP -
Streets of Rogue 1.2 TF2 $2.39 PP -
Stronghold 2: Steam Edition 0.9 TF2 $1.85 PP -
Stronghold Crusader 2 0.7 TF2 $1.4 PP -
Stronghold Crusader HD 0.5 TF2 $1.04 PP -
Stronghold Legends: Steam Edition 1.1 TF2 $2.27 PP -
Styx: Shards Of Darkness 0.6 TF2 $1.27 PP -
Subnautica 4.2 TF2 $8.7 PP -
Sudden Strike 4 0.4 TF2 $0.73 PP -
Summer in Mara 0.4 TF2 $0.9 PP -
Sunless Skies 0.7 TF2 $1.34 PP -
Sunset Overdrive 1.4 TF2 $2.85 PP -
Super Meat Boy 0.3 TF2 $0.71 PP -
Superliminal 1.0 TF2 $1.95 PP -
Supraland Six Inches Under 1.6 TF2 $3.28 PP -
Supreme Commander 2 0.9 TF2 $1.9 PP -
Supreme Commander Forged Alliance 2.0 TF2 $4.08 PP -
Surgeon Simulator: Experience Reality 0.9 TF2 $1.78 PP -
Survive the Nights 0.9 TF2 $1.88 PP -
Surviving the Aftermath 0.5 TF2 $0.94 PP -
Sword Art Online Fatal Bullet - Complete Edition 5.4 TF2 $11.12 PP -
Sword Art Online Hollow Realization Deluxe Edition 1.0 TF2 $2.09 PP -
Syberia: The World Before 1.1 TF2 Refer To My Other Thread $2.26 PP Refer To My Other Thread Humble Heroines: Warriors, Dreamers, and God Slayers
Synth Riders 3.3 TF2 $6.74 PP -
THIEF 0.8 TF2 $1.58 PP -
TT Isle of Man Ride on the Edge 2 1.7 TF2 $3.49 PP -
Tales of Berseria 0.9 TF2 $1.83 PP -
Tales of Symphonia 1.6 TF2 $3.27 PP -
Tales of Zestiria 0.6 TF2 $1.21 PP -
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2023.03.20 22:41 KaterineFinanzas RISK AND BUSINESS DECISIONS

Risk is the possibility that an initiative will give worse results than intended, but the only way not to take risks is to do nothing and even then things could go wrong. So, what can we do? On a personal, business and management level, the best option is to detect and manage risks, so that we know how to make decisions based on the consequences that could result if those risks materialize.
There are risks that are avoidable, there are others that are more strategic that the company is willing to take in order to obtain better profit margins and others that do not depend on the company, such as the volatility of the markets and the global economy.
Each risk has a different impact and therefore a different management for its control.
Do you think there are possibilities for a company to survive without proper risk management?
Grupo 7.

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2023.03.20 22:26 theoneandonlymd "HDD is Not Storing Recordings" on multiple replaced Cloud Key Gen 2+ devices

I'm on my third Cloud Key Gen 2+. It is not storing any security footage, just managing 25 APs and 4 switches. The first one had been in place for a year or so but started throwing this error. I backed up and restored the config to a recently-decommed CKG2+ unit from a different site. Within about 2 weeks, the same error started getting reported. Bought a fresh CKG2+. Restored the config once again, and it's been less than a month and I'm getting the errors once again even though the drive literally just broke 1000 hours today and is showing 38 degrees. It is in a decently ventilated MDF closet, sitting on top of a Juniper switch that barely has any load.
I upgraded the firmware from 3.0.13 to 3.0.17 over the weekend to see if it would make a difference, but after a reboot, it's still throwing the error.
Just me?
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2023.03.20 22:20 jacksuncoy I think I found my passion, but it would require me restarting my degree

Context: I am halfway through my Junior year as an Online Business Administration major at ASU and will get my degree at the end of next Summer. I had always planned on going into corporate America, busting my butt in sales and trying to make as much money as possible. I started my first corporate sales internship about a month ago and i CANNOT imagine doing this for the rest of my life.
Additionally, I broke up with my girlfriend of 5 years about a month ago and realized that many of my college and career decisions revolves around providing for her and our future family. (i decided to go to college online so i could stay close to her).
On top of both of these factors, I think I found my purpose/passion. After realizing that I hate the feeling of corporate, I majorly pondered what I would do if money were no object/what work I would do for free because it sure as hell would not be sales.
That’s when i had a lightbulb moment about how passionate I am about protecting the planet and preserving nature.
After a hell of a lot of research, I landed on becoming a wildlife biologist/biologist in general.
I am fully aware as to the lack of job stability and pay, and would go into this field strictly because it is something i would literally do for free.
Unfortunately, I would be basically restarting college to get my BS in Conservation Biology and Ecology.
My main conflict is
  1. do I finish my business degree just to get it because I’m so close, then go back to school for the second major
  2. Double major (which i don’t think would work because i want to go to school in person for Conservation Biology)
  3. Drop the business degree altogether and go all in on conservation biology
The only way i can see the business degree helping me is if i work for a consulting firm. I never plan on returning to corporate america.
Money for the degrees does not matter.
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